Facebook owner Meta is once again under fire, this time for allegedly building a workaround to Apple’s recent privacy rules. Bloomberg reported that two Facebook users filed a proposed class-action complaint against Meta this Wednesday in the US District Court for the Northern District of California. The users accuse the company of bypassing Apple’s 2021 privacy rules and breaking state and federal laws limiting the collection of personal data.
The post Meta sued for evading Apple’s privacy rules to track iPhone users appeared first on BGR.
Today’s Top Deals
Best Apple Watch deals and sales for September 2022
Today’s deals: Free Echo Dot, first AirPods Pro 2 deal, $30 Echo Show 5, pet stain removers, more
Get an Echo Dot for just $0.99 with this crazy Amazon promo
Trending Right Now: