May 31, 2014 Business, Court, Featured News, Non-U.S., Online
Keven Drews reports:
Social-media giant Facebook is facing a class-action lawsuit that has been launched by a Vancouver woman over one of the firm’s advertising products.
B.C. Supreme Court Justice Susan Griffin said in a ruling posted online Friday that enough evidence exists to support allegations made by Louise Douez that the Facebook product titled Sponsored Stories used the names and images of members without their consent.
Griffin also said there’s enough evidence to support allegations that the company breached the province’s Privacy Act.
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