The tech giant was handed the biggest-ever fine for privacy violations in the European Union after being previously warned not to transfer the data of Facebook users in Europe to the US, over concerns American security agencies could use it to spy on Europeans.
“The ability for data to be transferred across borders is fundamental to how the global open internet works,” Meta’s statement said.

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Facebook says it has a right to spy on everyone, collect everything possible about everyone, and send it to any country they want to send it to and will seek to continue doing that.