Jan 10, 2014 By Sharon Solomon |
Facebook has apparently crossed the line again. Two users have sued the social media giant for allegedly eavesdropping on private chats for commercial purposes. The complaint was filed in a San Jose federal court. Facebook legal representatives have denied the charges and claimed that there is no truth to their allegations.
Facebook has been accused of violating the Electronic Communications Privacy Act and also not respecting California’s privacy and unfair competition laws. This is not the first time Facebook has been accused of privacy theft and snooping for financial profit.</Read More>