The firm's iCloud service, which was launched in October and is used by more than million people worldwide, secures data by encrypting it when it is sent over the web, storing it in an encrypted format when kept on server, and using secure tokens for authentication. Users can then access their information from any internet-connected device using a log-in and password. TUI passenger who was groped in front of his son, 10, by a drunken mother, 38, who tried to perform a sex Despite the claims, it is possible that the photos were not taken via iCloud, but as a result of 'social engineering'. British mother who was arrested for killing her two-year-old son in Finland dies after she is rushed to
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He added: 'Upon further reflection and just sitting with my actions, I don't feel comfortable even keeping the censored photos up. Worringly for the general public is how simple the posters make their privacy theft seem - and raises the frightening prospect that Apple's iCloud used by millions is not safe for anyone to store sensitive information on. Misty Treanor , retired American beach volleyball player. Labour councillor, 30, collected thousands of pounds in rent from three properties but lied so she could