On ‘fail-gate’: Here’s FUD on Your Face ID

Jonny Evans

Watching Apple since 1999. I don't say what they should do. I say what they might do. They sometimes do.

3 Responses

  1. Jim Prevo says:

    Great idea! And thank you for setting the record straight. Live demos are always a challenge, so I dismissed the problem immediately with a chuckle. It is good to know it wasn’t just a glitch, but a feature of the system.

    All across the world we are seeing a failure of journalistic integrity and “uninformed consumption” of “information” that flies at us at the speed of light.

  2. sliplips says:

    As I’ve said many times, BLOGGERS are NOT “Journalists”.
    I’m sure real journalists would resent it, but what we need is “Licensed Journalist” as a profession and sanctions for bad reporting or violation of a strict code of ethics.
    Lawyers pass exams and are licensed, same with Doctors, Psychologists even beauticians. But ANYONE can cll themselves a “journalist” and say practically anything with few repercussions. Doesn’t make sense to me.

  3. Jonny Evans says:

    Sliplips! I actually don’t agree. There’s a few reasons why. One reason is that it opens the door to only people who work for big media companies getting to call themselves ‘journalists’. Given that in this instance it is the people who work for big media companies getting it wrong, we need a wider church, not a narrower one.
    Also, in the US, consider that the rights to free speech and free expression go all the way back to the constitution. Those rights were there for a reason. They respect the contribution the leafleters, pamphleteers, independent authors and others did in terms or raising awareness and debate. I see bloggers and journalists as part of that same tradition.
    In my case, even though I’m a blogger here, I’m also a 20 year journalist with a string of published work under my belt. Some of it readable.

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