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Heâ€™ll drink to that
Itâ€™s not yet last call for a New Jersey manâ€™s lawsuit claiming TGI Fridays broke consumer fraud laws by not publishing drink prices. A state appeals court ruled Thursday that a lower court erred when it denied class action status to Robert Cameronâ€™s lawsuit. The suit claims Cameron was â€œshockedâ€ when he dined at a location in Toms River in 2012 and discovered that his â€œmass producedâ€ beer cost over $5 and his soda cost nearly $3. TGI Fridays, which denies that its policies break the law, says it has added the prices to its menus. But that isnâ€™t enough, said Cameronâ€™s attorney, Sander Friedman.
Apple to tackle Watchâ€™s security flaw
Apple says itâ€™s fixing a security flaw affecting the Walkie Talkie app on Apple Watch. The company said Friday it has temporarily disabled a feature that could have allowed someone to listen through another personâ€™s iPhone without that personâ€™s consent.
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