Apple ordered to pay Korean iPhone user for location tracking

The Telegraph reports that Apple Korea has been ordered to pay 1 million won ($945 USD) in compensation to a Korean iPhone user for collecting location data without consent. Lawyer Kim Hyong-souk launched a suit against the company following the discovery in April that the iPhone had been quietly storing users’ locations on the device. Similar lawsuits have been launched in the U.S. although the Korean case represents the first payout as a result of these complaints. Kim’s law firm, Mirae Law is now preparing a class-action lawsuit against Apple for the unauthorized data collection.

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