The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @mjtsai ever

February 17th, 2016

@mbcharbonneau Neither of Apple’s two pieces of advice—that the OS will tell me the app is damaged and that I should restart—worked.

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@danielpunkass @ReadKit Restarting didn’t fix it, but delete and reinstall did. So I guess it was Apple’s fault.

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It’s one of only three Mac App Store apps in my Dock. (The others are @tweetbot and @1Password.)

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Not sure whether it’s their fault or Apple’s, but @ReadKit no longer launches for me due to a receipt/signer issue.

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@FogCreekStatus The release date says 2015 instead of 2016.

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@landonfuller @rosyna Whether the code exists doesn’t matter technically but does legally. Is that it?

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@landonfuller @rosyna I thought you were just saying that the way it’s designed they *could* do what the FBI wants. Not that it exists now.

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@landonfuller I suppose you’re right. Could it be any other way?

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@Usr_NeXT Yes, it’s frustrating that some of the Post commenters don’t seem to understand what Apple is being asked to do.

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FBI Asks Apple for Secure Golden Key: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/02/1…

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@rosyna @drewthaler Perhaps security-scoped bookmarks are supposed to work in this case, but in practice they didn’t.

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