A third party? "Who is the third party?" This is the question I asked apple when my Apple ID was suddenly "compromised" along with other mysterious occurrences like my A/C breaking at my house and my place of employment, both of my alarms failing to sound in the morning, my vape and dj decks going up and down on wattage and pitch, etc. Apple says "weird" ATT says "weird. Haven't seen this in my 5 years working at apple when I worked there or here." When I called asking why the provided PUK codes won't work when I am locked out of my iphone. One thing I have learned is that it's all in the cables and dongles. Whatever "Malware" I am dealing with, that is. But that is besides the point. I was wondering if there is any specific law that I can state that forces apple, amazon, or any of these other ******** companies that have sold me out, to tell me the truth. I want them to tell me if they have given my information to a third party agency ( aka shady government agency, Pharm company, Medical research company, illegal database analysis, etc ) because I have been hacked on one of the most "secure" devices and not only have I been hacked, my actual Apple ID was compromised. So no matter what I did to my device, I was still, as I read in the device analytics, "owned".. So I would like to know if anyone else has had their devices "compromised" and what they did about it, how they caught the brown nosers, and what they said to apple to get them to spill the beans. Thanks again! -enduser Oh by the way, macrumors was one of the websites listed online when I was looking at where my email was compromised. Although I love this site, that does suck to have been PWND through them.