Apple Data Privacy Sharing Lawsuit

If you’re an Apple iPhone, iPad, or Mac computer user who clicked a “do not share my information” button, we want to hear from you. There is an ongoing federal lawsuit alleging that Apple is ignoring users’ preferences, and still sharing private data.

Pollock Cohen has been appointed to the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee – the  leadership team – in this privacy class action lawsuit. To read the complaint click here.

The lawsuit alleges that Apple is collecting and sharing “Device Analytics” even when users select a setting that says, “disable the sharing of Device Analytics altogether.” Consumers think they have turned off tracking, but the complaint details how that is not happening.

If you use an Apple iPhone, iPad, Mac or other Apple device and have selected the option on your settings to disable the sharing of Device Analytics, please fill out the adjacent form.  Or email, and our firm promptly will contact you. If you have any questions, please call (646) 290-7101.


A class action lawsuit is a way for a group of people who have suffered similar harms to bring a single collective case and share in any potential award. You become part of a group, with far more potential power than filing a lawsuit on your own—and at no cost to you.

Filing a class action lawsuit allows us to consolidate evidence, witnesses, and litigation expenses to make the lawsuit more efficient and effective. The collective “clout” of the class is typically far more effective than an action by any individual plaintiff.

No! The attorneys work on contingency, and only get paid if the case is successful. Any fees they may be awarded are determined by the court and paid by the defendant.

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