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United States Privacy Digest | Meta asks judge to stop FTC action; DC judge dismisses lawsuit against company Related reading: US government shutdown could impact FTC rulemaking  



  • Meta asked the U.S. District Court for Washington, D.C., to stop the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's move to expand a 2020 settlement that would ban the company from monetizing data of users under age 18, The Wall Street Journal reports. Editor's note: IAPP Staff Writer Jennifer Bryant reported on the FTC's proposal.
  • A Superior Court for the District of Columbia judge dismissed a lawsuit accusing Meta of deceptively sharing user data with third parties, The New York Times reports. D.C.'s attorney general filed the lawsuit in 2018, accusing Facebook of violating the district's consumer protection law, following the Cambridge Analytica scandal

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