Media 3 September 2014 The Daily Mail informs its readers that iCloud isn't actually a cloud Mail readers may at last stop shaking their fists at the sky. iCloud. No, hang on, a cloud. Photo: Flickr/Nicolas Raymond Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up Sometimes this mole just wants to kiss the inky, sweaty pages of the Mail for being the mid-market daily that keeps on giving. An eagle-eyed tweeter has noticed that while covering the story of iCloud's information leak and weak security, the Daily Mail has informed its readers that Apple's back-up service is "not an actual cloud". Here's the tweet: Daily Mail tells readers the #iCloud isn't an actual cloud in the sky pic.twitter.com/hgrYBjMTie — Ben Black (@BenBlack) September 3, 2014 Cirrusly? What a load of cumulonimbys. › Results, riffs and rhythms: Remembering James Alexander Gordon I'm a mole, innit. Subscribe To stay on top of global affairs and enjoy even more international coverage subscribe for just £1 per month!