Apple is not clear on where the data is saved in iCloud, the class action in the USA
Apple has been accused of a lack of transparency on the mode of storage of data saved on iCloud: the class action was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. In particular, a few users feel that the company from Cupertino does not provide adequate information on the server at which the data are stored. The lack of clarity refers to the use by Apple of the third-party server - Amazon, Microsoft and Google, which, according to the indictment, would not be properly explained to users. At the time of joining the service, in fact, you would be led to believe that everything that is saved in iCloud must be managed "internally" by Apple, by storing the data in the server of his property.
Here is an excerpt of the documentation filed with the court, california:
Introduce yourself as the supplier of the service iCloud (when, in reality, Apple was simply selling the storage space of cloud structures, cloud and third-party) has allowed Apple to not only get the subscriptions paid by users who subscribed to iCloud, believing that the cloud storage provided by Apple, but allowed Apple to charge [users] an award for its iCloud service, because subscribers have attributed a value to the brand "Apple" as a provider of the service storage of their most sensitive data.Camera Wide at the best price? LG G7 ThinQ is on offer today on at 370 euros, or from ePrice to 748 euros. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING