Meta to solve call log data scraping case with android users

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Facebook says that after the lawsuit was filed, it stopped uploading the call and text log data through. Android users asked a federal judge in California to approve a deal with Facebook, now Meta Platforms Inc., to settle claims that the company scraped users’ call and text log data without their permission.

Android users in California have urged a federal judge to accept a settlement with Facebook, renamed Meta Platforms Inc., over charges that the firm illegally stole their call and text log data. In 2017, the plaintiffs filed a lawsuit claiming Facebook of stealing users’ data after they downloaded the Facebook Messenger app on their Android phone and gave Facebook access to their contact lists. The lawsuit was merged with four other planned class actions alleging the same allegations.

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