Twitter to pay $150m penalty in US for sharing users’ data with advertisers

Twitter will pay $150m to settle alleged data protection violations in the US that saw users’ telephone numbers and emails shared with third parties so they could send targeted ads to consumers.

The settlement, which needs to approved by a federal court, will see Twitter pay $150m in civil penalt...

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