Apple isn't the only tech giant facing legal threats over the recent celebrity nude photo scandal, with Google now the subject of threatened legal action from a celebrity lawyer for allegedly not taking down the photos fast enough.
Australian telco Zen Telecom has been fined $225,000 by the Federal Court for breaching Australian Consumer Law (ACL) through misleading conduct, including falsely presenting itself on behalf of Telstra.
Controversial messaging app Snapchat will be hoping its latest legal troubles disappear in a snap, with two LA-based models filing a lawsuit in the Los Angeles Superior Court alleging the startup has misused their likeness to promote the app.
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