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.They will also have to lock up some of their cash, lottery tickets and tobacco, and keep only limited quantities available up front to discourage theft.The province said five workers have died and three have been badly hurt due to gas-and-dash thefts or convenience store robberies.."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.
The law includes an exception that "these provisions do not apply to documents coming from abroad", but this exception has been interpreted narrowly by the appellate courts.
Labour Minister Christina Gray says it's about safety of staff at gas stations, some of whom have died trying to prevent so-called gas-and-dash thefts.
"No one should suffer injury and pain (and) no family should suffer the loss of a loved one just because someone was selfish enough to try and drive away with a full tank of stolen gas," Gray told a news conference after introducing a bill to amend the Occupational Health and Safety Code.
The new law will mandate that the stores have video monitoring and personal emergency transmitters for employees working alone.
Stores that are open overnight will need to have time-lock safes that can't be opened by staff.