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Greg Pierce 6 Apr 17
Clips did not ask permission to use my camera or mic. Bad form, Apple.
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Luming Yin
It's a deliberate choice made by Apple. They granted Clips special entitlements to access Camera, Mic, Contacts, etc w/o asking.
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Jeff Hobbs 6 Apr 17
I can't get jacked up over this. Couldn't you say the same about Camera or Voice Memos? Different story for third party apps.
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Greg Pierce 6 Apr 17
Different because it’s downloaded from the App Store, not part of the OS.
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Nicolás Álvarez 7 Apr 17
Replying to @IOsight @agiletortoise
Every single entitlement in that list is private and would be forbidden for any other 3rd party developer.
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Nicolás Álvarez 7 Apr 17
Replying to @IOsight @agiletortoise
Who knows what that photos.person thing grants them access to.
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Justin Stanley 👨‍💻 6 Apr 17
well...they already have that data via the OS if you say no so doesn't really matter ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Justin Makaila 6 Apr 17
Ayy good reason to break your own rules "well we already break the rules, so..."
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Justin Makaila 6 Apr 17
Replying to @IOsight @agiletortoise
Ayyy another app I won't download thanks to blatant disregard for their own standards they hold other people to.
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Nick Cook 6 Apr 17
Replying to @JustinMakaila
really? are you going to delete the voice memos app for the same reason?
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Peter M. O’Donnell 6 Apr 17
It’s bizarre. It did ask for location tho; at least there’s that 🙄😳😒
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das jati 💬 6 Apr 17
Replying to @pmod @IOsight and 2 others
Why is that bizarre? You don't need necessarily location data for a video, but you need a video :)
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