Facebook agrees to pay $550 million to settle privacy lawsuit, days after Supreme Court declined to hear case

Facebook has agreed to pay roughly half a billion dollars to settle a class-action case alleging the company violated Illinois law in the way it collected data for its facial-recognition tools, the tech giant said Wednesday. Technology BEST DEAL UPDATE:

Olsen Trial: Hear the verdict of former DeKalb County police charged with murder

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Planned Parenthood’s State Funding Protected With Supreme Court’s Decision Not To Hear Case

Five Supreme Court justices rejected an appeals case from Kansas and Louisiana in their effort to withhold Medicaid money from Planned Parenthood. As a result, two lower court rulings stay in place that block the states from stripping funds from … Read more…