Belgian court to fine Facebook up to $125 million if it doesn’t comply with latest privacy ruling
The decision marks latest chapter in longstanding conflict between the Belgian data privacy commission and the social media giant.
A Belgian court has ordered Facebook to stop tracking people without their consent and to delete all the data on non-Facebook users that it said was collected illegally, the BBC reported on Friday.
The social network could face fines of up to $311,000 a day — up to $125 million — if it does not comply.
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