Privacy activist group NOYB, led by Max Schrems has filed complaints with German and Spanish DPAs over Apple's online tracking tool. The complaints allege Apple allows iPhones to store users' data without their consent in breach of Article 5(3) of the e-Privacy Directive. Read the NOYB press release.
Update Reuters 17/11: Apple strongly refutes the claim by NOYB as being “factually inaccurate and we look forward to making that clear to privacy regulators should they examine the complaint”. Additional commentary in The Register.