The Apple Inquired once again for problems included Privacy. Apple has been accused of accessing employee information, despite investing heavily in resources that focus on protecting user data. IPhones.
According to TelegraphThe UK decided to launch an investigation after former senior engineer Ashley Gjøvik lodged a complaint with the UK Data Protection Information Commissioner (ICO).
The professional, who was fired from Apple in September last year, has accused the company of being fired following concerns about privacy.
Gjøvik categorically stated that Apple had pressured its employees to participate in “intrusive data collection practices, including data from the ear / ear canals”. In the allegations, he said the company used the app on employees’ iPhones to automatically take photos and videos when it detects a face.
Gjøvik’s allegations against Apple are not just about privacy issues, he said he has faced in the past. Bullying And the harassment of his manager, which provoked a series of protests within the company.
In its defense, Apple told the newspaper it was aware of concerns and complaints against it: “We take all concerns seriously and fully investigate whenever concerns arise.”
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