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Twitter's $150M Privacy Fine Shows Cost Of Misleading Users

By Ben Kochman (May 27, 2022, 4:20 PM EDT) -- Twitter's agreement to pay $150 million to resolve charges it breached a 2011 agreement not to mislead consumers about how their data is used reinforces a key principle of privacy law, observers say, despite the fine landing on the low end of the company's projection....

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