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Daily Dashboard | South Korea's PIPC fines Meta for exceeding data minimization standards Related reading: California bill on universal opt-out mechanisms introduced

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South Korea’s data protection authority, the Personal Information Protection Commission, fined Meta 6.6 million won “for allegedly disadvantaging its customers refusing to provide personal information,” Yonhap News reports. The PIPC investigated Meta on the basis it blocked users from Facebook and Instagram reportedly for refusing “to provide their behavioral information, or a record of their activities on other online sites.” Per the PIPC’s ruling, it found the personal information Meta sought from South Korean users exceeded the minimum amount of data required to offer Facebook and Instagram’s services.
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