Brisbane Apple store staff accused of stealing and sharing photos of female customers

A number of Apple store workers in Australia have been implicated in a scandal involving photos of female customers and staff — including ones allegedly stolen directly from customers’ iPhones.

The workers additionally took over 100 “close-up and explicit” photos on their own, and shared all of the images with other shops in the state of Queensland, the Courier-Mail said on Wednesday. Victims were ranked on a scale of 1 to 10.

Disgusting. What a complete betrayal of trust.

Something like this should have you added to sexual predator watch lists in my opinion. There’s no excuse for it whatsoever!

Source: Workers at Australian Apple store accused of stealing, sharing photos of female shoppers & staff

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