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Apple reportedly paid millions to a woman after explicit photos were sent to Facebook

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According to a complaint filed in California, the woman – a college student whose name was not publicly released – "suffered a publication of private information without her consent, resulting in a claim for personal injury" against Apple repair contractor Pegatron Technology Service, Inc.  





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Oopsie whoopsie UwU




Well, at least the good part about this is that she took her phone to an official iPhone repair contractor so she at least got that huge payout and Apple are doing something about it. Too bad the only thing Apple can't do about it is unpost the photos and video. They're probably going to be out there forever now.

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