Sprint Accused Of Leaking Customer's Nude 'Selfies'

Law360, New York (February 27, 2014, 5:06 PM EST) -- A Sprint Corp. subscriber and her companion sued in California court on Tuesday after nude photos from her old smartphone appeared on Facebook, claiming the wireless carrier failed to wipe the phone’s data and allowed a devious employee to gain access.

Identified in the complaint as J. Johnson and D. Green, the plaintiffs sued Sprint for privacy invasions, identity theft, emotional distress and other torts over explicit images on Johnson’s HTC Evo that wound up on her own Facebook feed once she exchanged the device for...
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