According to CNet News:
Apple may find itself in front of a Congressional committee trying to back up claims that it's protecting the privacy of its users.
Lest you think Google is the only Silicon Valley giant having a bumpy time on privacy issues, Apple is getting its fair share of scrutiny too.
Lawmakers are asking some very tough questions about privacy issues arising from the company's privacy policies and the behavior of certain applications in the App Store. Apple's iron-fisted control of the iOS platform and aggressive editorial review of applications may insure a more predicable experience for users. But in doing so, Apple then takes on far more responsibility for problems that surface.
Getting hauled before Congressional committees is a rite of passage for the privacy team at any major company. It will be interesting to see if Apple handles the controversy as slickly as Steve Jobs might have in his day.