Facebook is the country in a digital sea of scalding consequence.
after Apple this week discovered how Facebook has abused its access to test apps internally, Tim Cook and his troops made a very tough decision: Facebook, it's the end of that test and use anything internally.
the Explanation of the hard approach to Mark Zuckerbergs store is that Facebook has used its so-called udviklerlicens to build a compliance programme, which, among other things, paid the young users to install on their devices.
the Program made it possible for Facebook to keep up with everything, as the users did on their phones. And even if it is happened with user acceptance and against payment of 20 dollars a month, it is a clear breach of the agreement between Apple and Facebook, believe Tim Cook.
the Problems for Facebook to make matters worse, Apple has also unveiled the company of violating the agreements you have about udviklerlicenser.
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Apple has in practice barred Facebook from using some kinds of internal apps. And it has created major problems for thousands of employees, who no longer can test new features on the company's Apple apps or use the internal apps, which share the information and get the company to function.
For example, Facebook, an internal version of the app, as all other uses to get on Facebook with. It doesn't work anymore. Therefore, the employees to download the official Facebook app down, if they want to use your mobile phone to check their friends and messages.
the Case is only the latest 'shots' in the privatlivskrig, as special Tim Cook has been advocating for.
He has several times loudly criticized Facebook and particularly Mark Zuckerberg for doing an unethical dataforretning. He has also called on politicians in the UNITED states to regulate companies such as Facebook is far harder than it happens today.
Apple's power over Facebook ought to worry the rest of us https://t.co/jjZt3t1KNS pic.twitter.com/4dk2O4wzen— The Verge (@verge) 31. January 2019
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And right now, Apple has so fat in the long end of Facebook's business, which is largely dependent on access to build and run apps, that works on the iPhone, iPad and other Apple products.
the Question is whether Apple will soon be opening the Facebook access again. Or whether the move is permanent, and thus can be particularly harmful to Facebook.