Meta faces $596 million Spanish lawsuit for GDPR violation

Penny Horwood
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Meta faces $596 million Spanish lawsuit for GDPR violation

The giant also faces further reputational damage in the US, as an academic claims that Meta used its financial heft to block her constitutional right to free speech

A group representing 83 Spanish media outlets has sued Meta for $596 million, citing unfair competition in the advertising market. The lawsuit filed by the Information Media Association (AMI) alleg...

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