Meta fined record $1.3 billion by EU over handling of user data


Union's slapped social media giant meta, with a record $1.3 billion privacy fine and ordered it to stop transferring user data across the Atlantic by October. The penalty fine from Ireland's data protection commission is the biggest since the EU's strict data privacy regime took effect 5 years ago surpassing 2020 ones huge hit on Amazon for data protection violations. The Irish watchdog is metas lead privacy regulator in the 27 nation bloc, because the Silicon Valley tech giants European headquarters is based in Dublin meta has vowed to appeal and ask courts to immediately put the decision on hold the company adds there's no immediate disruption to Facebook in

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