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Apple sued for storing iCloud data on third-party servers

[2019-08-13 03:17:06]

A class-action lawsuit lodged with a California court on Monday accuses Apple of false advertising, claiming the company banked on its name by telling consumers iCloud data was be "stored by Apple" when, in fact, the information was in some cases siloed on servers run by Amazon, Microsoft and Google.

Apple sued for storing iCloud data on third-party servers


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