iOS dictionary app accuses customers of piracy via Twitter
In a blog posting, author Jenn Frank reports that the Oxford Dictionary of English iPhone/iPad app, which retails for £20.99 (or €26.99) , accuses legitimate buyers of being software pirates. Apparently, the app’s flawed DRM feature automatically tweets “How about we all stop using pirated iOS apps? I promise to stop. I really will” to the dictionary user’s Twitter followers. Frank says that the message “I am a software thief!” is pushed to the iPhone’s lock screen at the same time.