PHONEARENA - July 13 - Thanks to a new feature in iOS 14, a number of apps were found to be "spying" on Apple iPhone users' clipboards. The clipboard is where information copied from an app is kept until it is pasted to another app. As a result, there often is personal data written on the clipboard that is automatically erased after 120 seconds. The next build of iOS will notify a user when a third-party app is "reading" that user's clipboard. Among the apps caught red-handed by iOS 14 were TikTok, LinkedIn, and Reddit. A class-action lawsuit filed Friday in San Francisco federal court accuses LinkedIn of alleged violations of federal and California privacy laws and breach of contract.