Meta turns to US Court of Appeals in dispute over teen's data

20/03/2024 | MediaPost

In the ongoing dispute between Meta and the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the company has asked the US Court of Appeals to issue an emergency injunction to stop an in-house FTC hearing that could result in a ban on monetising teenagers' personal data for targeted advertising.

Meanwhile, the competition authority in Turkey has placed a temporary injunction on the company while it investigates whether it has abused its dominant position by linking Threads and Instagram applications without informing users.

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