IPhone Users Reject Apple's No-Harm Claims In Privacy Suit

Law360, San Francisco (February 28, 2013, 11:02 PM EST) -- IPhone and iPad buyers suing Apple Inc. for allegedly handing over their personal information to advertisers and other third parties without permission slammed the tech giant's claims that no private information was shared, urging a California federal judge to certify their class Thursday.

Plaintiff attorneys argued that U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh should green light two classes harmed by the alleged privacy breaches: iPhone and iPad customers whose data was leaked to third parties after they downloaded apps from the iTunes store, and customers who...
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In Re: iPhone/iPad Application Consumer Privacy Litigation


Case Number

5:11-md-02250

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California Northern

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Lucy H. Koh

Date Filed

August 25, 2011

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