An 18-year-old student launched a billion-dollar trial against Apple and an associate security company on Monday, accusing the couple to fake linked him to a series of theft theft.
Incorrectly, the company’s merchant for face recognition is according to a complaint submitted to Ousmane Bah, seen by Bloomberg . Bah was arrested at his home in New York in November.
The arrest warrant used a photo that does not resemble Bah, says the costume and added that on the day of a crime in Boston, Bah was actually participating in his highest prom in Manhattan. It is suggested that a thief may have received Bah’s lost teacher’s permission – one without a photo – and used it as a form of ID at Apple’s stores. In an attempt to track the suspect, Apple may have mistakenly linked the state to the face of others.
The security company named in the security industry specialists. Both it and Apple have declined comment.
Apple stores can be a lucrative target for robbers and thieves, given the high demand electronics displayed in the open. In some cases, this has been exacerbated by Apple’s choice of all-glazed store crowns – more Brazilians will frame cars, trucks or SUVs through the glass, take whatever they can, and then run to a nearby car.
Based on his track record, Apple is likely to try to resolve if they cannot clearly show that it was not wrong and / or that the allegation is frivolous.