Saturday, April 24, 2010

"Israel’s long national nightmare is over"

According to this techie site:
Israel’s long national nightmare is over – their ban on iPads has been lifted. The country was banning iPads from entering their country on the grounds that it interfered with Israeli WiFi standards. Visitors who tried to enter the country with them had them taken and ones being shipped into the country were taken at customs. But now, after "Intensive Technical Scrutiny" the country has decided to change it’s stance on them. [...]
We also learn that people who had their iPads confiscated "were being charged a daily ’storage fee.’" Will they get their fee refunded? The rest of the article is worth reading, but you won't find out.

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