Apple Wins Lawsuit Over Group FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug

Back in January, there was a major FaceTime bug that allowed a person to force a FaceTime connection with another person, providing access to the user’s audio and sometimes video even when the FaceTime call was not accepted.

The bug led to a lawsuit from Houston lawyer Larry Williams II, who claimed that the vulnerability allowed an unknown person to listen in on sworn testimony during a client deposition.

Williams filed his lawsuit in January, just a day after the bug was publicized, and yesterday, a court ruled in Apple’s favor and dismissed the case. The court did not find Williams’…

Apple Wins Lawsuit Over Group FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug