Apple Workers Accused of Taking and Sharing Close-up Photos of Female Customers

Four Apple employees from the company’s store in Carindale, Australia have been fired after complaints that they were involved in a group of workers taking close-up and explicit photos of female customers and then sharing them in a private chatroom.

According to reports, several members of the local Apple store staff took pictures of women without their knowledge and then posted them in a private chatroom to have them rated from 1 to 10 depending on subjects’ bodies.

Furthermore, the four employees have also been accused of stealing photos from phones brought in for repairs, local media claims. It appears that photos of female employees have also been shared internally.

The privacy violation was reported after one of the store employees spotted a colleague searching an iPhone brought in for servicing for photos tha… (read more)

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