Apple pays millions in damages to customers after repair technicians secretly viewed private information and uploaded it to social media!

Back in 2016, a 21-year-old girl sent her iPhone to a repair center. It was found that the employee had uploaded personal photos and videos to her facebook account during the repair process, so a lawsuit was filed. The latest results have come out, Apple has paid customers millions of dollars in damages. To heal the employee who committed the incident has already been fired.

In the past, Apple has taken the privacy seriously of its customers. From the incident that caused the wound to the victim And a small stain that happened to Apple, which after the incident, Apple has issued a statement that it acknowledges serious violations of the policy. and is working to further strengthen its customers. Simply put, this is a lesson that Apple has to be more careful, sit on its own.

Moreover, this story is a lesson for all of us to be careful when sending any device for repair. If the phone before repair is still able to reset the data. It is recommended to wipe the data in the device before sending it to the repair technician. Because in the past, there have been many clips and leaked images caused by customers sending their mobile phones to be repaired in various shops. Be careful.

Source: 9to5mac

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