Houston attorney Larry Williams is suing Apple over the recently disclosed FaceTime bug which allows callers to listen to the audio of the recipient before they answer the phone, claiming it allowed the recording of a private deposition.

Williams argued Apple was negligent when it allowed the microphone to be used in this way and that "plaintiff was undergoing a private deposition with a client when this defective product breach allowed for the recording of a private deposition," according to court documents.

"The Product was used for its intended purposes because Plaintiff updated their phone for the purpose of group FaceTime calls but not unsolicited eavesdropping. Plaintiff suffered injuries."

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