Nov 042014
 November 4, 2014  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, Surveillance

Mary Beth Quirk reports:

Although Apple has since claimed to have fixed an issue afflicting many former iPhone users, who claimed they failed to receive messages meant for them from friends once they switched to Android phones, yet another group of customers are suing the company, claiming iMessage intercepted their messages.

The newest lawsuit, brought by three former iPhone users who switched to Android phones, follows an earlier suit filed last spring against the company.

This time around, the three customers allege in a federal lawsuit that problems with iMessage basically make it into a wiretapping situation, because it “intercepts and retains messages that should be delivered to Android users,” according to the complaint [PDF] (via Business Insider).

Read more on The Consumerist.

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