Facebook has been hit with a unique £2.3 billion legal claim launched over what’s alleged to be “unfair” terms and conditions imposed on British users.
The lawsuit argues Facebook forced 44 million users over four years to agree to t’s and c’s allowing the firm to generate billions from monitoring and collecting their data, while users received nothing - in what the claim calls an “unfair deal”.
Meta says users have “meaningful control” over the information they share on its tech platforms.
A massive cyberattack warning Ukrainians to “be afraid and expect the worst” hit government websites on Thursday night, leaving some sites inaccessible on Friday.
Ukraine’s foreign ministry told Reuters it was too early to say who could be behind the attack.
A study has found an extremely common virus that causes herpes is likely the main cause of multiple sclerosis.
Evidence suggests the virus is likely “the initial trigger”, with further genetic “fuses” then being “ignited” that could make people more vulnerable to MS, which is a chronic inflammatory disease affecting the brain and spinal cord.
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