Meta, the parent company of Facebook, has been issued an unprecedented fine for unlawfully transferring the personal data of European users to the United States.
The hefty fine serves as a stern warning to tech giants regarding adherence to the European Union’s strict General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
This landmark ruling underscores the urgent need for stronger privacy regulations to safeguard user data amidst global scrutiny. Meta is now compelled to address the breach and ensure compliance with privacy standards to restore user trust.
Read more: Meta Fined Record $1.3 Billion and Ordered to Stop Sending European User Data to US
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