Last year, Apple's major privacy update for iOS made it more difficult for applications to track user behavior beyond their limits
but a new lawsuit alleges that the parent Facebook and Instagram companies spied on Meta Workout.
The complaint below was submitted to the US District Court for the District of Northern California
alleges that Eye violated Apple's new restrictions by monitoring a user through a browser in the Facebook application
an application that opened links in it.
The proposed class action lawsuit, first reported by Bloomberg, could allow anyone to enter
meaning that in Facebook's case, hundreds of millions of AS. can be a user.
In the trial, a pair of Facebook users alleged that Meta violated not only Apple's policy
but also privacy laws at the state and federal level, including laws that made it illegal to intercept electronic communications without approval.
Another similar complaint (Michelle v. Meta Platform Inc.) was filed last week.