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South Koreans Suing Apple

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About 27,000 South Koreans are not pleased with Apple's location tracking bug, and are suing the company for over $25 million.

Venture Beat reports the South Koreans seeking damages are being represented by Seoul-based attorney Kim Hyung-Suk, and his lawfirm , Mirae Law, which has been trying to put together a location-based lawsuit against the tech giant for some time.

Apple responded to the issue awhile back claiming they weren't actually tracking people, but that it was a glitch in the software.

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