CMA accepts Meta's privacy proposals for its Facebook Marketplace

24/05/2024 | Reuters

Meta has agreed to restrict the use of certain types of personal data by advertisers on its Facebook Marketplace following amendments to proposals accepted by the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in November. The CMA provisionally accepted Meta's proposals and is inviting views on the issue. The consultation closes on 14 June.

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