$20M Facebook Ad Deal Violates Privacy Laws, Parents Say

By Lance Duroni (July 14, 2014, 7:46 PM EDT) -- Facebook Inc.'s $20 million settlement of a class action over its controversial "sponsored stories" program gives the company a free pass to violate laws in seven states that bar the use of a minor's likeness without parental consent, the parents of several underage Facebook users told the Ninth Circuit....

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