A woman in New Jersey is suing T-Mobile for sexual harassment and invasion of privacy after two male employees allegedly browsed her iPhone 7’s camera roll and viewed a “private naked video” of her without consent during the trade-in/upgrade process. She was tipped off by her AirPods, which were still connected and played a “distinct sound” that suggested someone was going through her photos and videos. While she may not deserve any blame, some say people should never leave anything on their phone they wouldn’t want others to see. N.E. was mortified and left the store immediately in tears. As a recent immigrant from the Middle East, she particularly didn't want her parents to know that she had filmed such an intimate video and, worse, had kept it on her phone where others could find it. "It didn't even bother them, as if I was nothing," she continued. "I felt worthless because, hello, I'm a human being and this is something that's very private. It's like I'm not important. I felt powerless, because I couldn't say anything about it in the moment."