iPhone users test FaceTime bug that allows callers to eavesdrop

As Apple rushed to fix a bug that allows iPhone owners to potentially spy on other people through FaceTime, a Twitter user shared a video of her checking the flaw, which allows FaceTime callers to eavesdrop on the person they are trying to contact.
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As Apple rushed to fix a bug that allows iPhone owners to potentially spy on other people through FaceTime, a Twitter user shared a video of her checking the flaw, which allows FaceTime callers to eavesdrop on the person they are trying to contact.

Luke Ranker covers the intersection of people and government focused on Fort Worth and Tarrant County. He came to Texas from the plains of Kansas, where he wrote about a lot, including government, crime and courts in Topeka. He survived a single winter in Pennsylvania as a breaking news reporter. He can be reached at 817-390-7747 or lranker@star-telegram.com.

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