Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 87: Privacy Policies Can Be as Complicated as Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason

We discuss running iOS and macOS betas, the new iPod touch, Firefox’s coming subscription service, Safari auto-submitting user names and passwords, and how some companies’ private policies can be as complicated as Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason.

Check out the latest episode of The Intego Mac Podcast, which I co-host with Josh Long. We talk about Macs and iOS devices, and how to keep them secure.

2 thoughts on “Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 87: Privacy Policies Can Be as Complicated as Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason

  1. C’mon, guys! The preview notes list a discussion of a new subscription service from Firefox. That got my attention, but you spend 34 seconds merely listing the features and the price (“Why are all subscriptions $10?” Let’s not answer that), followed by 2:55 on conjecture about whether Apple should offer a VPN service. Nice chat, but hardly informative about Firefox..

  2. The preview notes list a discussion of a new subscription service from Firefox. That got my attention, but you spend 34 seconds merely listing the features and the price (“Why are all subscriptions $10?” Let’s not answer that), followed by 2:55 on conjecture about whether Apple should offer a VPN service. Nice chat, but hardly a “discussion” about Firefox.

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