Because of the same reasons people are paying for other not so smart iPhone apps. What privacy issues do you think are involved here? If someone can be so smart as to have technology device helps him/her to write a confession, why should that individual be worried about privacy?
There is still the traditional way of doing absolution and the last time I check it is still cheap, safe and private.
Considering that confession is privileged information, I'm wondering whether breaching someone's iPhone confession would be considered a different kind of legal violation than pilfering their credit card info.
Just musing here. For me, I think an iPhone middleman adds nothing to ancient ritual. Bah!
Marissa Mayer at Yahoo has come out with her strategy on turning the company around: culture, company, calibration, and compensation. But Yahoo needs to have a technical approach to the mobile cloud opportunity, not a management theory lesson.
The proposal to make more IPv4 addresses available through a buy-and-sell exchange is dumb and won't work. We've fiddled on this issue long enough; it's time to just make the switch to IPv6 and be done with it!
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