Apple is being grilled by South Korea, France, Germany, and Italy because of recent issue about location history of iPhone users, according to Bloomberg.
“The Korea Communications Commission asked Apple how often information is collected and saved, and whether users have a choice over whether it is saved or deleted, the commission said in an e-mailed statement today. Apple must explain why such data is saved on devices and if it’s stored on the company’s servers.”
According to the report, South korea is the newest country to join the list of those probe Apple for the practice. In the U.S. Senator Al Franken has penned an open letter to Steve Jobs asking for answers regarding the situation.
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It seems Steve Park, a Seoul-based spokesman for Apple, declined to comment.
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