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Daily Dashboard | Chick-fil-A facing lawsuit over video data collection Related reading: State senator proposes sanctions over Madison Square Garden facial recognition

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A class-action lawsuit filed against Chick-fil-A claims the fast food chain violated the U.S. Video Privacy Protection Act by sharing viewership data of its "Stories of Evergreen Hills" videos with Facebook parent company Meta, Gizmodo reports. Plaintiffs argue an embedded Meta pixel on the website collected personally identifiable information without viewers' consent. A privacy notice on the video series website states visitor information is collected and may be shared with Facebook and other social media companies.
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