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Three iTunes users are suing Apple for allegedly disclosing their listening habits to advertisers. The users, who hail from Rhode Island and Michigan, claim Apple violated laws protecting records of entertainment purchases in those states. They’re seeking class-action status alongside other state residents, saying Apple has “disregarded its legal responsibilities to these individuals” by revealing personal information.
The lawsuit claims that Apple has released personal listening information directly to third parties while also granting app developers access to iTunes libraries through the Media Player framework. It draws on specific public criticism of Apple’s privacy practices, as well as the general availability of private user data…