Jan 102017
 
 January 10, 2017  Breaches, Business, Non-U.S.

Cory Doctorow reports:

Last October, an Apple Store in Brisbane, Australia terminated some of its employees after they were accused of searching customers’ devices for sexually explicit selfies and sharing them with colleagues, rating them on a scale of 1-10.

The employees were also accused of covertly photographing female customers and co-workers, including “upskirt” photos.

Though Apple fired the employees, it denied that they engaged in these activities. The Australian privacy commissioner is investigating the allegations.

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