Thank you Apple for responding to customer feedback and removing #spyphone from iOS15!! https://finance.yahoo.com/news/apple-more-time-roll-child-131753357.html
I trust the Apple users have heard about the upcoming #spyphone problem in the next iOS and macOS major releases so I will not rehash that here.
More on the upcoming Apple iOS / macOS photo #spyphone problem. It seems this malware/spyware will violate your privacy IF you use iCloud Photo Library (I am still looking to verify this). Well, you can turn this OFF. I had it shut already since I use Adobe and not Apple photo software on my mac.
Here is a good article on how to turn if off:
Hard to believe … but the latest High Sierra bug lets a user authenticate as root without a password. Oops. Glad I took this OS off my iMac this weekend.
Apple has won strong endorsement from the Electronic Frontier Foundationthis week, which says, “We commend Apple for its strong stance regarding user rights, transparency, and privacy.”
Now in the latest (fifth) edition of the EFF’s “Who Has Your Back” report which examines how closely Internet firms guard user privacy, the organization notes: “This is Apple’s fifth year in the report, and it has adopted every best practice we’ve identified as part of this report.”
Good job Apple!