How to Sue Apple for the FaceTime Bug
The FaceTime bug that allowed people to spy on users even without them answering the call is causing more legal trouble for Apple, with a Canadian law firm now planning a class action lawsuit against the company.
Lambert Avocat is calling for users to join the lawsuit, and the firm allows any Canadian citizen to sign up for the effort by providing their details, including name, address, and the Apple products they own.
At this point, the suit is still in pending mode and waiting for authorization from a Superior court judge, as the company reveals on its website here. To become part of the class action suit, click this link and check out the form in the lower part of the page.
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