Tech giant Apple has paid millions of dollars to settle a lawsuit with a student after repair techs working for its partner company Pegatron leaked explicit photographs and videos from her iPhone that was sent in to be repaired.
Apple Insider reports that Apple has paid millions of dollars to settle a lawsuit with a student whose explicit images and videos were leaked from her iPhone after she sent it in for repair.
In 2016, a student in Oregon sent her iPhone to Apple to be repaired. The device was sent to a repair facility in Sacramento, California, where technicians working for Apple partner Pegatron examined the device. The two technicians then reportedly posted “10 photos of her in various stages of undress and a sex video” to the woman’s Facebook account, to make it appear as if she posted the images herself.
The explicit content was later removed once