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Facebook beats privacy lawsuit in U.S. over user tracking

As a reminder of the difference between EU and US, when it comes to Privacy, just be aware that a plaintiff would very hardly be rejected for not showing expectations of privacy  and trying to keep one’s history private.

That’s what a plaintiff in San Jose was told by the District judge after complaining that Facebook breached California privacy plus wiretapping laws by storing cookies on users’ browsers to track their visits outside websites containing Facebook “like” buttons.

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