A Plaintiff by the name of Jay Brodsky has filed with a California court a formal complaint against Apple Inc. in an effort to get a class action approved. The nature of the action, according to the formal complaint, is based on Apple locking out Plaintiff from use of his personal devices by a business policy requiring two-factor authentication that cannot be disabled after a lapse of an initial fourteen (14) days.
View the original article here: A new Class Action has been filed against Apple for not providing an easy Mechanism to disable their Two-Factor Authentication
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