Law Student Files a Case Against Facebook

FRANKFURT: An Austrian law student has filed a case against Facebook and he alleged that Facebbook is being violating ‘data protection law’. Max Schrems appealed to a billion Facebook users to join him, for this purpose he launched website at where you can join him after login.
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26-year-old Max Schrems, who has a case involving the social network pending at the European Court of Justice, has filed a claim at commercial court of Vienna.
Max Schrems is claiming of 500 Euros ($670) per user for alleged data violations, including aiding the U.S. National Security Agency in running its Prism programme, which mined the personal data of users of Facebook and other web services.
“Our aim is to make Facebook finally operate lawfully in the area of data protection,” said Max Schrems.
It is remembered that the world’s biggest social network, Facebook now has 1.32 billion users. It posted a 61 percent increase in sales in the second quarter thanks to mobile advertising, sending its shares to a record high and valuing the company at almost $200 billion.

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