Thousands of South Koreans Join iPhone Lawsuit

Around 27,000 South Koreans are now suing Apple for violating their privacy.

Bloomberg: Around 27,000 iPhone owners in South Korea have joined a class action lawsuit against Apple. They claim the company violated their privacy by collecting location data without their consent. They are asking for one million won per person, or about $930.

Apple has previously been fined and ordered to change its location data practices by the South Korean government.

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