Company is outraged after being sent uncensored porn pictures by Apple

October 24, 2014 admin No comments

The picture was sent to staff at Ngen Works uncensored (Picture: Carl Smith)

The picture was sent to staff at Ngen Works uncensored (Picture: Carl Smith)

First Apple sent everyone the new U2 album (and made it impossible to delete), and now the Gods of technology have sent porn to an unsuspecting company.

Carl Smith was recently made aware that the staff at Ngen Works, the company he started, had been sent a graphic picture of a man masturbating.

The developers at the Florida based compnay apparently received an email from Apple letting them know that an app they had created could be used to surf for porn.

Along with the email they apparently sent an attachment with no warning as to what it would contain (spoiler alert: It wasn’t an invoice).

Writing on his blog, Carl says: ‘Apple sent us pornography without trying to mask it and with no warning of what we were going to see. This means they exposed employees of my company to things Apple themselves said was objectionable. How is this acceptable?’

Apple CEO Tim Cook (L) stands with Irish rock band U2 as he speaks during an Apple event announcing the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California, September 9, 2014. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENTERTAINMENT) Stephen Lam/Reuters

Apple and U2. Too big to challenge? (Picture: Stephen Lam/Reuters)

Carl stated that if one of his employees sent out uncensored porn with no warning they would instantly be fired, but admitted that Apple are far too powerful to simply stop working with due to one incident.

He finishes by asking people to help him get a message to the ‘upper echelon at Apple’ to request they look into the matter.

‘There is a much better way to protect people from offensive material. It starts with not violating your own policy,’ he says.

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