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‘Cause nobody needs to know how many times you’ve played “MMMBop” by Hanson.
But yet: advertisers know, alleges a lawsuit filed in federal court on May 24 by three iTunes users suing Apple for allegedly disclosing their listening habits to advertisers, according to an article on Verge.com posted Tuesday.
The users claim Apple violated laws protecting records of entertainment purchases in those states and are seeking class-action status, saying Apple has “disregarded its legal responsibilities to these individuals” by revealing personal information, according to the article.
Specifically, the lawsuit claims that Apple has released personal listening information directly to third parties while also granting app developers access to iTunes libraries through the Media Player framework. The suit also claims that Apple’s data disclosures are the reason plaintiffs have received unsolicited junk mail based on their listening history, according to the article.
One of Prada’s suppliers allegedly pulled a “See you later, alligator” on providing the high-end fashion brand millions of dollars’ worth of alligator hatchlings intended for accessories, according to an article posted Friday on The Fashion Law blog.