Encrypted browser for iPad and iPhone

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9 Responses to “Encrypted browser for iPad and iPhone”

  1. LikesTurtles says:

    Why would people working at Microsoft need to hide that they have an iphone?  You do know Microsoft actually writes iphone apps, right? Or is this just another example of being tribal just for the sake of being tribal? We live in a toxic culture that thrives on making people hate each other. Why do you want to contribute to this environment? Do we really need corporate based religions?

    • Stooge says:

      Excellent questions, but why are you asking them of Mark instead of Steve Ballmer?

      • LikesTurtles says:

        Steve Balmer doesn’t post on boingboing, though my post wasn’t aimed at Mark but rather at the blog he was quoting. Nothing wrong with Mark posting about encryption for iOS, it fits well with bb. The problem is with the glib hatred that too many in the tech industry have for anyone who doesn’t conform to their choices. That was in the quote from the blog so it needed to be commented on.

  2. Susan Carley Oliver says:

    Does this mean that Apple gets a cut of anything I buy online using the Onion Browser?  :)

  3. Wayne Dyer says:

    How am I sure downloading this won’t get me on a watch list?  
    http://boingboing.net/2012/02/02/fbi-tells-the-public-that-tor.html 

  4. jerwin says:

    “You must be at least 17 years old to download this app,–Frequent Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes”

    Yep, that’s the internet all right.

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