A man in the US has filed a lawsuit against the tech giant Apple for ending his Apple IDHe’s losing access to $ 25,000 worth of content, according to a report by AppleInsider. Plaintiff, Matthew Price, reportedly gave the above figure on content attached to the Apple ID.
Apple terminated its ID for “allegedly violating its terms and conditions,” causing Price to lose all content associated with its Apple ID. The media content he lost includes apps and in-app purchases, other programs and services. Price has also alleged that the Cupertino-based tech giant is not allowing Apple customers to use the unused funds associated with their Apple account. The complaint was filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.
In the lawsuit, Price alleged that Apple terminated its Apple ID “without notice, explanation, policy, or process”. The lawsuit seeks class action status against Apple, seeking “a permanent injunction preventing Apple from engaging in allegedly illegal behavior; Reimbursement of funds lost during account closure; Damage; and legal fees. “The class action will bring together a national class of people with the same grievances against Apple.
Once Apple makes it clear why Matthew Price’s Apple ID was closed, the case will become clearer. Currently, Apple’s Terms and Conditions say the company can terminate your Apple ID if it even suspects you have violated the Terms and Conditions.