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The Supreme Court has blocked a mass legal action against Google over claims that it secretly tracked millions of iPhone users’ web browsing activity while telling them that it did not. The court has unanimously allowed Google‘s appeal against the Court of Appeal’s 2019 judgement. The representative action on behalf of over four million people
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Facebook’s parent company will no longer allow advertisers to target people based on sensitive topics, including politics, race and sexual orientation. The tech giant – which recently changed its name to Meta – said it made the “difficult decision” to prevent advertisers from “abusing the targeting options we make available”. Meta VP Graham Mudd said
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Consumers should expect steep price increases after Christmas, according to one of the UK’s most senior retail executives. Kate Nicholls, the chief executive of UK Hospitality, an industry group representing businesses around the country, said that some of the association’s members, which include restaurants, hotels, and bars, expected to raise prices three times before April
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