Meta-owned Facebook agrees to settle data privacy lawsuit


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 Titanium Media App reported on August 28th, a court document showed that Facebook (Facebook), a subsidiary of Meta, on the 26th local time in San Francisco federal court in the United States allowed third parties, including Cambridge Analytica, to access users’ private data. The lawsuit reached an in-principle settlement. The four-year-old lawsuit accuses Facebook of violating consumer privacy laws by sharing users' personal data with third parties, including the now-defunct British political consultancy Cambridge Analytica. Financial terms were not disclosed in the 26 filing. The filing asks the judge to suspend the class-action lawsuit for 60 days until the plaintiffs and Facebook's attorneys finally reach a written settlement. So far, the relevant parties have not commented. (Source: CCTV News)

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