Facebook parent company Meta has filed a class action lawsuit. The accusation: The US group secretly circumvented the security measures that Apple introduced last year to better protect iPhone users from espionage and data misuse.
According to Krause, the code then allows the applications to “track everything you do on a website”. This also applies to the release of passwords. Meanwhile, Meta admitted that the Facebook app monitors browser activity. However, the company denied that the application illegally collects user data.
Apple privacy changes cost Meta $10 billion
Apple’s 2021 privacy changes limit Meta’s ability to collect user data from iOS users. The US group is said to have slipped around ten billion US dollars through the rags.