Meta seeks to delay FTC's efforts to bar its use of children's data

09/01/2024 | MediaPost

In the latest development in the ongoing dispute between Meta and the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over the reopening of its 2020 privacy settlement, Meta has asked US District Court Judge Timothy Kelly to delay the administrative proceedings, which could result in the company being barred from making money off data collected on users under age 18.

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