A mobile-web advertising company is facing a proposed class action over its use of an HTML5 ‘trick’ to track iPhone and iPad users across a number of websites. In what is believed to be the first privacy lawsuit of its kind in the mobile space, the New York-based company may be accused of using a form of tracking that does not go away when one clears cookies from their browser. “You’re left with this database tracking you and your phone and your viewing habits on the net, which is a violation of federal privacy laws.”
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