So go ahead and turn on 2FA yourself, because waiting around for Apple to do it may get you nowhere. PDT: This story has been updated to note that Apple will not mandate 2FA for users downloading the public mac OS High Sierra or i OS 11 betas.
EDMONTON -- All Alberta drivers will have to pay in advance before they gas up at the pumps under legislation introduced Monday.
In August, Joshua Cody Mitchell was sentenced to 11 years in prison for running over and killing Calgary gas station attendant Maryam Rashidi while Mitchell was trying to take off without paying.
Husky executive Lawrence Richler said his company is already converting all retail sites to pre-payment to make it safer for workers.
Gray said installing that technology can cost ,000 per pump.
She said retailers can also choose an optional method, such as having a customer leave a deposit or a credit card before filling up.
For example, in 2006 a French subsidiary of a US company was given a hefty fine for delivering certain highly technical documents and software interfaces to its employees in the English language only, and this was upheld by the appellate court.
The law does not concern private, non-commercial communications, such as non-commercial web publications by private bodies."This is our most advanced, easy-to-use account security, and it’s required to use some of the latest features of i OS, mac OS, and i Cloud." While this email appears to suggest that those downloading public betas of i OS 11 and High Sierra, along with everyone who wants access to all the latest hot features, will be automatically updated to 2FA, an Apple spokesperson assured us that this is not in fact the case.Rather, only those who already have the first generation of Apple 2FA active will be upgraded to a new version of the service. Two-factor authentication is a basic security measure which requires two pieces of information for a user to access his or her account. You need your physical bank card ("something you have"), and your PIN ("something you know"). With an email accoint, 2FA frequently manifests as your account password ("something you know") plus a random code sent to you either via SMS or an authenticator app ("something you have").With these two elements required to gain access to an online account, it is significantly harder for hackers to gain unauthorized access.Apple offers 2FA as an option, but despite the June 6 email has no publicly announced plans to mandate its use.