“This week, Italy’s Justice Minister, Angelino Alfano, used an iPhone to reference an Italian law,” Caolo reports. “While speaking on a prime-time television show, Minister Alfano used his iPhone, clad in a patriotic case, to access the app Codici and Leggi (19,99 €) and quote verbatim an Italian law on wiretapping.”
Caolo reports, “We’ve seen other political leaders using Apple gizmos recently. For instance, Russian President Dimitry Medvedev, Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg and South Korea’s minister of culture, tourism and sports, Yu In-chon, have all been seen with iPads.”
Full article, with the video, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Angel C.” for the heads up.]