Sep 192016
 September 19, 2016  Posted by  Business, Court, Online, U.S.

Matthew Renda reports:

A woman has dropped her privacy case against Facebook weeks after a federal judge thwarted her attempt to lead a nationwide class of users she said had their personal information exposed by clicking on ads.

Wendy Marfeo, who claimed Facebook made her private information available when she clicked on the site’s advertisements, asked to have her case against the world’s largest social networking website dismissed with prejudice on Monday.

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