Twitter, Yelp, Other App Developers To Pay $5.3 Million Over Address...
Twitter, Yelp, Path and five other app developers have agreed to pay more than $5 million to resolve a class-action complaint alleging that they wrongly uploaded iPhone users' address books, according to court papers filed this week. If accepted by U.S. District Court Judge Jon Tigar, the settlement will resolve a privacy dispute stemming from 2012 revelations about surreptitious address-book uploads.
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