New York Attorney General Letitia James announced her office has launched an investigation into the FaceTime glitch that allowed users to hear people they called even if they did not answer, CNET reports. The attorney general alleges Apple failed to warn users about the vulnerability and did not address the flaw in a timely manner. "New Yorkers shouldn't have to choose between their private communications and their privacy rights," James said in a statement. "This FaceTime breach is a serious threat to the security and privacy of the millions of New Yorkers who have put their trust in Apple and its products over the years." Meanwhile, Fast Company reports on four privacy features Apple should borrow from its competitors.
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