Someone In China Could Be Buying Your iTunes Account

    China’s largest retail website, Taobao, has a new item in stock: 50,000 hacked iTunes accounts. For the low, low price of $4.50 (on average), users are promised downloads of movie, songs, and games worth around $30.00. Buyers are encouraged to use the accounts for twenty-four hours, or roughly the time it takes the user to detect the activity. It’s not yet clear how the accounts were compromised, but it’s probably something, like eating at Arby’s, that will happen to us all eventually. If someone in China buys my iTunes information, I hope they like Barry Manilow. [Hypebot]