Setback For European Facebook Privacy Class Action, As Austrian Court Rules Lawsuit Inadmissible

Setback For European Facebook Privacy Class Action, As Austrian Court Rules Lawsuit Inadmissible

By Ingrid Lunden An ongoing Facebook class action suit in Europe over alleged privacy violations took a significant step back today. A regional court in Austria, where the suit was originally filed, ruled the it inadmissible, with the court saying it has “no jurisdiction” over the matter. The case, originally filed in August 2014 by Europe v Facebook, currently has 25,000 claimants signed up,… Read More

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