We're back for another roundup of 2019's tech news, and it looks like we're back not too soon, with current events coming fast and furiously over the past few weeks. In this recurring series, we review the latest headlines in marketing and technology, and explore what these developments could mean for your business. Because, as we like to employee contact list say so much here, staying in the news doesn't just make you an informed citizen: it's also great for business. 1) Apple faces lawsuit as concern grows over FaceTime privacy bug ( CNBC ) Fallout continues to employee contact list expand on a recently discovered bug in Apple's FaceTime app, dubbed "FacePalm".
That allowed users to listen in on calls. Apple is now facing a lawsuit from a Houston attorney who claims the bug allowed an outside party to employee contact list listen to his private deposition with a client and record sworn testimony. The lawsuit claims the company "failed to exercise due diligence" and that Apple "knew, or should have known, that its product would cause unsolicited privacy breaches and eavesdropping." The lawsuit further alleges that Apple failed to employee contact list properly test its software and was "aware that there was a strong likelihood that at least some consumers would be harmed."
The bug - and Apple's slowness to fix it - has sparked a new debate about the company's much-vaunted commitment to employee contact list data security and user privacy. The egregious nature of the latter case has led some analysts to question whether Apple is forgoing the necessary quality assurance in order to get its products to market as quickly as possible. Indeed, Apple executives must weigh every trick in the book in order to recoup the 12% drop in stock value the company suffered in December. But it remains to be seen if this FaceTime bug is a roadblock on the road to employee contact list recovery or if it points to a more serious underlying issue with the health of the business.