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Tuesday, August 05, 2014
Law Student Files Class Action Against Facebook


Facebook is facing a class action filed by an Austrian law student's over the social media group's alleged violations of its users' privacy.

Max Schrems appealed last week to a billion Facebook users to join a claim he filed at Vienna's commercial court as part of his campaign.

Schrems is claiming damages of €500 ($670) per user for alleged data violations by Facebook, including aiding the U.S. National Security Agency in running its PRISM program, which mined the personal data of users of Facebook and other web services.

Schrems invited others to join his Vienna court action at www.fbclaim.com using their Facebook login.


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