6:15 PM -- Here's an actual email from a concerned Light Reader:
This morning I received the latest “light reading” e-newsletter and was greeted with the following strapline:
“Comprehensive analysis of the telecom industry and its suppliers from correspondents in every corner of the globe (apart from Wales)”
Well, I was so surprised I had to check that my 286 had not malfunctioned.
As a Cardiff-based (that’s in Wales, by the way) IT company who provides state-of-the-art monitoring and benchmarking services to the ISP and telecoms industry (well, we shoplift PC magazines from WH Smiths and then write a nice letter to the ISPs telling them what we think) you can imagine my hilarity and then concern.
I wasn’t even aware that there were other places outside Wales. Can you please provide evidence as frankly I don’t believe it?
Our reply, apparently penned by Larry, the Light Reading Attack Monkey:
In addition to big, expensive Macs and multiple OS updates, Apple's WWDC featured a Homekit improvement to make smart homes more secure and several tweaks to ease consumer worries about how it deals with their data.