Hours before its IPO, Facebook was hit with a $15 billion lawsuit, alleging that the social network knowingly infringed on user privacy when it used browser cookies to track activity. The suit included more than 20 complainants.
The Federal Trade Commission wants users to be able to Opt-Out for visit tracking and a new lawsuit over browser history privacy could change how content providers monitor user behavior in the future, Read Post
Facebook's tracking scandal has mushroomed into a niche industry of sorts for privacy lawyers. The company now faces at least nine suits filed by people who oppose the company's use of cookie technology that tracks users' online act... Read Post