Matt Potter 2:03 p.m., April 27
"Because iTunes has an e-mail address and credit card information, Apple could use that information to track people down who use stolen iPods."
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Apple Knows Who Stole Your iPod Anti-Big Brother attitude runs through technological community "Apple could go so far as to mess up an iPod internally, making it useless." By Cruz Medina, Aug. 31, 2006 | ...
But why should they care? The more iPods that are stolen, the more iTunes users buy songs.
One Monday morning last month, I found that my car, parked on Third Avenue in Hillcrest, had been broken into and my $400 video iPod was gone. After filing a police incident report, I called ...