Another day, another lawsuit. A class-action lawsuit has been filed against AT&T alleging the company “actively and without reservation aided, abetted, and assisted” iPhone thieves by allowing the stolen handsets to be reactivated on its network, reports “ZDNet” (

The three plaintiffs feel say AT&T and yet unnamed “Doe Corporation Entities” were “in some way legally or proximately responsible” for “actively and without reservation aided, abetted, and assisted thieves” by “turning back on” stolen handsets. The lawsuit further claims that by reactivating these handsets AT&T and other carriers have earned “unfair and illegal profits” that have “amounted to many millions of dollars each year, for the past several years.”