Jun 292010
 
 June 29, 2010  Business, Non-U.S.

Kevin J. O’Brien reports:

The justice minister of Germany expressed concern on Monday over Apple’s practice of compiling data on users of its new iPhone, making the company the latest technology giant to fall afoul of the country’s strict privacy laws.

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The justice minister, Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger, asked Apple to tell state data protection officials about the kind of data the company was gathering on individual iPhone users in Germany. The company is also being asked to outline how long the data is being stored and for what purpose.

Read more in the New York Times.

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