Meta challenges Norway DPA’s targeted advertising decision


Meta requested an Oslo district court judge suspend a decision by Norway’s data protection authority, Datatilsynet, to impose a NOK1 million per day fine for continuing to use Norwegians’ personal data for targeted advertising, the Norwegian Broadcasting Company reports.

Datatilsynet Head of International Tobias Judin said, while the agency anticipated a legal challenge, he believes Meta “has no grounds for requesting a temporary injunction.”
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