Am I behaving unethically?
Someone has mistakenly registered an iTunes account using my gmail address. I get receipts, password reset notifications, etc. that include personal information. Immediately after this started happening I notified Apple Support and they said they would notify the person, but it is still happening.
Today I took matters into my own hands and used the password reset by email verification to change their password, hoping that they will realize that they are not in control of the account and change the email address.
I have no intention of logging in to the account, but I could. I suppose if I did log in I might find an phone number to call and let them know that they have a problem, but I was kind of hoping Apple was going to do that, since they said they were going to...
Is this wrong? What would you do in my place?
Staff: change my last tag at your own peril!