Apple and others will have to change the connector on devices sold in Europe by 2024 after the EU passed a reform that requires tech companies to use a charging standard in what it says will reduce costs and electronic waste.
Kiley Grombacher of Bradley/Grombacher LLP have filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of Apple users who allege Facebook and Instagram parent company Meta still tracks their activity on their iPhones even though they "opted out" of tracking.
Google has failed to overturn a fine of more than €4bn (£3.5bn), imposed by the EU, for using its Android mobile operating system to thwart rivals.
In the U.S, BBB National Programs' Children's Advertising Review Unit (CARU) has issued a new compliance warning regarding the application of CARU's Self-Regulatory Guidelines for Children's Advertising to advertising practices directed to children in the metaverse.
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) is providing an important update to crypto trading platforms that continue to operate in Canada while they take steps to comply with applicable securities legislation.
A class-action lawsuit was filed Monday against Apple accusing the company of profiting illegally from payment card issuers, according to attorneys at the law firm Hagens Berman in Seattle, California.
There has been a lot of reports in the media this week after "legal experts" warned UK drivers that it is illegal for UK drivers to use Apple Pay on their iPhones at a McDonalds' (or any other) Fast Food Drive-Through.