Facebook beats privacy lawsuit in U.S. over user tracking

by Larry Emmott on July 5, 2017

in Security,Social Media

From Business Insider:

In a decision late on Friday, U.S. District Judge Edward Davila in San Jose, California said the plaintiffs failed to show they had a reasonable expectation of privacy, or that they suffered any “realistic” economic harm or loss.

The plaintiffs claimed that Facebook violated federal and California privacy and wiretapping laws by storing cookies on their browsers that tracked when they visited outside websites

Source: Facebook beats privacy lawsuit in U.S. over user tracking – Business Insider

Basically if you are a Facebook user you are being tracked, you have no privacy.

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