A man in California has just filed a lawsuit after he found out that Apple has a device built within the app store that can track the activity of a person, when browsing. It was said according to PC Magazine that some apps sold private information including where a person lived, age, gender etc. (UDID) Also known as Unique Device Identifer, is something built into the iPads and iPhones and this cannot be removed by the user. The lawsuit claims that Apple is in violation of privacy laws. But then some might wonder, how could these apps still be on the app store after this violation? I just noticed that some of these apps as cited still appear to be on the app store, these are said to be Pandora, Dictionary.com, and more.