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I know I'm going to take some fire for this question but please bear with me.
I've been looking at trying to build a program that will allow me to edit my contacts on various services from one location.
Everything has gone smoothly until I found out that Apple's iCloud API didn't support Windows.
I am aware that Apple has an iCloud web interface so I considered programmatically logging in and retrieving my data.
i. interfere with or disrupt the Service (including accessing the Service through any automated means, like scripts or web crawlers), or any servers or networks connected to the Service, or any policies, requirements or regulations of networks connected to the Service (including any unauthorized access to, use or monitoring of data or traffic thereon);
Does that mean no automated access at all or just no malicious access? I have no plans of "interfering" or "disrupting" iCloud with this application. So does it apply to me?