Facebook Beats Privacy Lawsuit Alleging Persistent Tracking

2 12 2015
Technology and Marketing Law Blog
October 30, 2015
Venkat Balasubramani
This is a lawsuit against Facebook alleging that it tracked people visiting websites throughout the web even if they were not logged on to Facebook. As the court describes the allegations, Facebook uses a persistent cookie that tracks a person’s interactions with any page containing a “like” button (regardless of whether or not the person interacts with the like button). Plaintiffs allege common law claims as well as state and federal statutory claims.


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