Motorola, Apple And Many Others Face Lawsuit On Carrier IQ Issue

Motorola, Apple Lawsuit Carrier IQ Following a class-action lawsuit that was filed a week ago against the HTC, Carrier IQ, and Samsung, another lawsuit has been filed in the U.S. district court located in Delaware. The current file contains even longer list of electronic companies.

The newer lawsuit file holds charges against Carrier IQ, Sprint Nextel, AT&T, HTC, T-Mobile USA, Apple, Motorola Mobility, and Samsung.

The latest lawsuit has been filed in regard of 4 plaintiffs who has been using HTC, Apple, and Samsung devices. The plaintiffs are also customers of Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile. This lawsuit has figured out that, “the defendants Apple, Samsung, HTC, and Motorola used the pre-install tracking software Carrier IQ on mobile phones that the customers normally use, especially the customers of Sprint networks, AT&T, and T-Mobile.”

The focus now projects upon the plaintiffs & their lawyers for proving that the installation of Carrier IQ software without the informing the customer has allowed the phone companies to accumulate more personal information than it is allowed by law.

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