Kilrah_il writes: About a week ago, a Turkish group stole login details for over 100,000 Israeli e-mail accounts. The list was available on a Turkish forum. Now, the list is available as an authorized iPhone app on iTunes. Although the list does not contain the passwords, it is still an unauthorized database of user names, e-mails and phone numbers, a gross violation of database privacy rules. At least there is no porn in the app, so I guess it's okay.
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