July 12, 2024

Facebook Legal Battle: London Court Approves £3bn Lawsuit

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Facebook £3bn legal action given go-ahead in London

Facebook £3bn legal action given go-ahead in London

In a landmark ruling, a £3bn legal action against Facebook has been given the green light to proceed in London. The High Court has approved the case, which alleges that the social media giant violated privacy laws by harvesting user data without consent.

The lawsuit, which was filed by a group of users, claims that Facebook’s data practices are in violation of UK and EU laws. The case could have far-reaching implications for the tech industry and how user data is handled by social media companies.

Facebook has denied any wrongdoing and has vowed to defend itself against the allegations. The company maintains that it takes user privacy seriously and complies with all relevant regulations.

The court’s decision to allow the case to proceed is a significant development and could pave the way for similar legal actions against other tech companies. It highlights the growing concerns around data privacy and the need for greater regulation and oversight in the digital space.

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