Australian OAIC to begin settlement talks in Cambridge Analytica case

29/06/2023 | The Guardian

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) is reportedly in talks with Meta regarding the Cambridge Analytica scandal lawsuit. The OAIC had initially taken Meta to court for alleged privacy violations of over 300,000 Australian Facebook users in 2020. In March this year, the High Court rejected Meta's appeal, allowing the OAIC to continue pursuing the breaches in federal court. The two parties have until September to agree on a mediator before commencing settlement talks in October.

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