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In a Nanosecond After Apple's FaceTime Bug was Revealed a lawsuit was filed



The news of a FaceTime bug only leaked on Monday and a lawyer wasted no time filing a lawsuit against Apple with a suspicious story. A new report claims that a Houston lawyer claims that his iPhone inadvertently allowed an unknown person to eavesdrop on his private conversation with a client.


Attorney Larry Williams II said the glitch intrudes on the privacy of “one’s most intimate conversations without consent,” according to the complaint he filed in state court in Houston. He said he was eavesdropped on while taking sworn testimony during a client deposition.


Williams is seeking unspecified punitive damages on his claims of negligence, product liability, misrepresentation and warranty breach.


It will be interesting to learn in court the identity of who did the eavesdropping at the exact and convenient moment during the client deposition. Source


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