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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Merkava_4, Apr 12, 2013.
Interesting story with pictures of the thief taken by the MBP's own camera:
How can you be sure that's the actual thief and not just someone who bought it in good faith?
The's also a link with donlaptopisiniran to find the laptop, when you click on it it directs you do a page where you have to enter a password, now, that helps.
Seems more likely somebody stole the laptop and then sold it down there. That what I would do as a thief rather than use it myself, keep the evidence and possibly deal with such anti-theft software.
I think most of the stolen stuff ends up sold somewhere far from where it was stolen.
Probably, since you do not want to get caught with theft in Iran. "Axe or bandsaw?"
he just posted an apology
Yeah, just read it, before you needed a password to access the page, he was most likely editing his blog at that time.
Not really smart what he did but he now acknowledges this, if stolen goods show up somewhere it doesn't mean they are thief's.
They could have bought it on Ebay for instance without knowing it was stolen.
Why the owner does not initiate the self-destruct over te secured app instead of posting stupid pictures ?! I bet Al Qaeda would do that
I imagine myself being pretty pissed if it happened to me
There was an update to this interesting story:
He gave up, doesn't want it anymore.
I certainly wouldn't have followed his path, I would simply erase the machine, at the end of the day the chances of getting it back are very slim, and more importantly the machine contains personal data.
In exactly the same situation, I would lock and request the Mac be returned, as for the pictures I would take them down once I saw the machine shipping...