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Apple Store employees accused of stealing customers' nude photos

When we have a problem with our devices, our first instinct may be to try to fix them ourselves. If that doesn't work, though, we have to call in reinforcements. For Apple products, this means going to the Genius Bar located in their stores. This, however, may make you think twice before you go. Four male Apple employees in Australia have been accused of sealing customers' nude photos.
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