The EU Fines Meta $13 Billion For Privacy Violations

It’s not enough money to hurt Meta, but it may make them think twice next time.

Meta Faces Record $1.3B Fine for European Data Privacy Violations

The European Union has slapped Meta’s business in Ireland with a record fine of $1.3 billion for transferring the personal data of Facebook users to the U.S. in breach of the General Data Protection Regulation, or European Union law on data protection and privacy.
Etan Vlessing, May 22, 2023,
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