Many of you that follow me here are Apple enthusiast. If you fall into that category the following article by Nick Heer is an interesting read.
Nick Heer writing at pxlnv.com
One of the curious side effects of a sprawling lawsuit like Epic Games v. Apple is that documents surface which can clarify past reporting.
The amount of exhibits released can also create newsworthy items of its own. Sean Hollister at the Verge assembled a large list of interesting tidbits. One of those items was a February 2020 iMessage discussion between Eric Friedman and Herve Sibert. Friedman is responsible for Apple’s Fraud Engineering Algorithms and Risk team, while Sibert manages Security and Fraud. From that discussion, Hollister snipped this back-and-forth: