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Facebook bumps up offer to $650 million to settle facial recognition class action

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Facebook has agreed to pay $650 million – $100 million more than before – to settle a class action lawsuit over its face recognition technology.
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Facebook has been under fire both in the public and in court over the company’s use of facial recognition. And now, the social media giant has offered to pay $650 million to pay a class-action lawsuit. Veuer’s Nick Cardona has that story.

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