Someone Already Sued Apple Over The iPhone Location Privacy Fiasco

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Two iPhone customers are suing Apple, claiming invasion of privacy and computer fraud related.The suit was filed in Tampa, Florida and claims Apple is at fault for letting the iPhone and iPad secretly record a user’s location history, Bloomberg reports.

Earlier today, Steve Jobs responded to a customer’s email saying Apple doesn’t track anyone, but Google’s Android system does.

Related: Stop Worrying: Apple Couldn’t Track Your iPhone Even If They Wanted To

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