If you own an iPhone and are a Golden State Warriors fan, you may be interested in participating in a quick survey about the iPhone activation lock feature.

According to the San Francisco’s D.A.’s Office, the survey is intended “to assess whether or not the first kill switch type solution to market has the potential to remove the incentive for would be thieves.  That potential relies significantly on whether or not iPhone users have upgraded to the newest OS, and have the Find My iPhone feature enabled.”

In thanks, the D.A.’s office will select two random respondent and give them either game tickets or an autographed ball. 

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Greta Mart is a Bay Area-based newspaper reporter and freelance writer, and currently a student at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. From 2005 to 2012 she was a staff reporter at two community newspapers in WA and CA, and has contributed to several Bay Area and Seattle area newspapers, as well as Pacific Yachting and Italy's Gulliver and La Republicca's D magazines. Greta holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts at Boston and studied history at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. She lives aboard her sailboat at the Berkeley Marina.

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