Meta Settles $90 Million in a Decade-Old User Tracking Lawsuit, Will be Asked to Delete Data

A small settlement for Meta, a giant leap for ad tech

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Meta’s Facebook has agreed to pay $90 million to settle a decade-old class-action privacy lawsuit over the tracking of users’ internet activity even if they logged out of the platform.

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