Apple employees at a store in Queensland, Australia are alleged to have stolen intimate images from customer phones and rated photos of female staff and clients based on their appearance.
According to the Courier-Mail, staff at a store in Carindale had a "photo-sharing ring," swapping pictures taken of other female staff and customers and rating them out of 10.
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"More than 100 close-up and explicit photos were taken of female staff and customers without their knowledge and photographs were also lifted from some Apple customers’ phones," the publication reported.
Multiple employees have been fired as a result of Apple's ongoing investigation, the company said.
A number of Apple store workers in Australia have been implicated in a scandal involving photos of female customers and staff -- including ones allegedly stolen directly from customers' iPhones.
An Apple Store in Australia is under fire for accusations of employees stealing personal images from the phones of customers, as well as taking images of female customers and female staff without their knowledge. The employees then ...
Another Apple Store in Australia is embroiled in a scandal, and this time, it involves explicit photos. According to Courier Mail (membership required), the Carindale Apple Store in Queensland fired four male employees for not only ...