Facebook to Appeal Australian High Court’s Decision Involving Cambridge Analytica Scandal

Facebook will launch an appeal at the Australian High Court after it was alleged to have breached over 311,000 Australian Facebook users’ privacy.
It comes after the Federal Court rejected the social media giant’s claim it does not carry business in Australia or store Australian information.
In early 2020, the Australian information watchdog launched legal action against U.S.-based Facebook Inc, now known as Meta, and Facebook Ireland over alleged “serious and/or repeated interferences with privacy.”
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner alleged that Australians’ personal data were exposed to the risk of being disclosed to Cambridge Analytica through Facebook’s This is your digital life app and used for purposes including political profiling “well outside users’ expectations.”…

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