Three customers sued seeking to represent hundreds of thousands of residents in their home states (Rhode Island and Michigan). They’re seeking $250 for each Rhode Island customer whose info was disclosed, and $5,000 for each Michigan customer.
“For example, any person or entity could rent a list with the names and addresses of all unmarried, college-educated women over the age of 70 with a household income of over $80,000 who purchased country music from Apple via its iTunes Store mobile application,” the complaint says. “Such a list is available for sale for approximately $136 per thousand customers listed.”
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