Meta asks US Court to intervene in FTC dispute over children's data

29/01/2024 | MediaPost

In the ongoing dispute between Meta and the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over reopening its 2020 privacy settlement, Meta has asked a US federal appellate court to halt the FTC's administrative proceeding. Court papers filed on Thursday reveal that Meta argues that only a federal judge, not the FTC, can order changes to that settlement. Meta claims that it will suffer "irreprable harm" if it is unable to make use of children's data for advertising purposes. 

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