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    Posted March 16, 2014 by
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

    Find my iPhone = Find my Flight 370


    Perhaps this seems to obvious, but at times like this sometimes the most obvious can be easily looked over.


    Considering all iPhones and iPads have an inbuilt ability to be located globally, perhaps it would be a good idea to check with family members of the missing persons to see who had these devices and try to locate them using the "Find my IPhone/ IPad" facility provide by Apple.


    I know this would probably require hacking into the accounts of individuals raising issues of privacy etc. (unless Apple is prepared to provide access to there accounts to a control group thereby limiting the compromise of one's privacy). However, considering the circumstances if it helps to locate the missing plane and hundreds of loved ones, this is a small price to pay.

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