Facebook in £2 billion lawsuit over ‘exploiting user data’
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Competition law expert Dr Liza Lovdahl Gormsen launched the class-action against the social network’s parent firm, Meta, at the Competition Appeal Tribunal, accusing it of abusing its market dominance against 44 million users. Massive cyberattack hits Ukraine as Russia tensions rise. A common virus can trigger multiple sclerosis, Harvard study finds. Sir David Attenborough wants you to realise the importance of plants. Londoners warned to limit outdoor exercise amid pollution alert. Search over for Google with £762 million London office purchase. Icefish bonanza in Antarctica as 60 million nests found. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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