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the normal moron who steals ur ipod probly wont have the forsite to disconnect his computer and uninstall software
though if ipod encrypts your music so u can only play itunes songs on an ipod...they should encrypt ur ipod so it needs a password or something if it plugs into a new computer
But yes, if you loose your iPod, leave it on the plane, just drop it and don`t realise, if someone picks it up and takes it to there house, it is, by law, considered theft, only because they didn`t report it to the police.
Green - A message will pop up onto your computer and the computer you`re using, as you know it`s not stolen, you ignore it.
But yeah, with Vista and all that out, which if anything happens, it will alert the user beforehand, that may be a problem, but as vista is still not used much and quite unpopular, there isn`t much chance of that happening.
Lazy - Whos privacy is it invading? The person who owns it? Nope, they get told where it is. The person who stole it? Yes, but no one cares, they were breaking the law, they shouldn`t have taken it.
Anyway what`s to stop me from just uninstalling iHound from the iPod before I plug it in?
but at the same time, thats pretty sweet, very handy gadget
ima let someone borrow it and next day be like, *whispers* "I know where you live...." XD
what if you dropped it though and someone found it, then a bunch of cops showed up at their door? Sucks for them...
Not all that useful, personally. I like the idea, but there are so many ways around that.
If criminals were smart enough, they would use the way around that software though I won`t say how. Even if apple incorporated an Itunes software idea to track down these Ipods, its not like people don`t use Itunes alternatives right?