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The inhabitant of the Kirov requires Apple compensation for the glitch in the iCloud

Kirov lawyer Yaroslav Mikhaylov complained that Apple was working all day. He lodged a complaint with the Roskomnadzor, which was asked to organize and conduct a check on abuses by U.S. corporations.

“I believe that the company has violated my rights as a user of the iPad and iMac, – said the lawyer. – Due to poor delivery of services I was not able to use their gadgets at work. I believe that this problem is related to an internal bug in the DNS servers Apple.

According to him, March 11, 2015 at all day were not available cloud services Apple: iTunes Store, App Store, Mac App Store, iTunes Connect, iBooks and iCloud Mail.

The lawyer asked Apple to offset their inconvenience. In this regard, the office of communications of Russia has forwarded his appeal to the regional Department of Rospotrebnadzor. “The Agency will have to draw up a Protocol, which in the future I will use to refer to the court to compensate me for moral damages and to pay penalties.”

It is worth noting that in November 2014 Jaroslav A. has prepared and filed a complaint against Apple with the requirement to execute the decision of the Manhattan district court, 16 July 2014 found that the company conspired with major book publishers to overestimate the value of the offered books in iBooks. In this regard, Apple was fined $400 million of This money according to the decision of the Manhattan district court shall be paid 23 million users iBooks. That is, each user iBooks the defendant must pay $turnout-17.39.

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26 January 2015 Yaroslav Mikhaylov filed a lawsuit on protection of consumer rights. In it, he demanded from Apple at the expense of compensation of the caused harm 2 thousand 204 rubles 81 kopecks. In February he announced that the company has to pay him such compensation.

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