This is truly impressive!
Are you referring to the seemingly-encrypted network connection over port 5332 to a server in China at IP address 188.8.131.52 that has traffic that precisely correlates to me sending and receiving messages using the application? [edit: Which happens to be the value of the resource ServerId in the APK?]
It will get banned on Apple's end so quickly, but not before it's used to send mountains of spam.
Only connects to Apple itself, And
Which is 'apparently' a chinese analytics provider.
So I wasn't sure if things had changed in later versions of the app.
(eg. iCloud for PC)
Beyond that all they need to do is include some form of digital signing in the login process which he can't duplicate and jobs a good un.
Alternatively they may say that they don't care and leave it alone as it strengthens iMessage as a platform.
But my guess is that this won't end well. Isn't it trademarks that you have to defend or you lose them? If that's the case then Apple at the very least need to have him change the name and so on.
Now, should the conclusion be "we should stop communicating electronically"? That would be a severe restriction to free speech and thus advancement of our species. So, no.
Maybe the right direction is to migrate the discussion towards encrypted and distributed forums. RetroShare offers such a feature (amongst others): http://retroshare.sourceforge.net/