Federal judge rules in favor of Apple in privacy lawsuit

11/26/2013 | MediaPost Communications

A federal judge has ruled Apple is not guilty of violating iPhone and iPad buyers' privacy by giving application developers unique device identifiers. U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh ruled the buyers could not prove they had read Apple's privacy statements before buying the devices and therefore could not argue they had paid a premium for privacy protection, nor could they say Apple had misrepresented a privacy policy they had not read.

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