Northern California District Judge Lucy Koh has ruled that Apple will face a lawsuit over last year’s location tracking scandal. The case will now move forward to pretrial fact-finding, although Bloomberg reports that some of the claims in the case have been dismissed. Koh has now lifted the stay of discovery and ordered Apple to start turning over documents to the plaintiff’s lawyers by May 17. The judge threatened Apple with sanctions if she learns of any obstruction or “game play” during the exchange of information.
Last year, iPhones were found to be collecting, storing, and in some cases syncing unencrypted data related a user’s location, even when location services were switched off in the phone’s settings. Apple refuted the claim…
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