Facebook's lawyer has denied the social media platform invaded American users' privacy when it allowed their personal data to be slurped up by Cambridge Analytica, claiming they had no privacy to begin with. No crime, no victims? "There is no invasion of privacy at all, because there is no privacy," attorney Orin Snyder argued in a motion to have a class-action lawsuit against Facebook dismissed in California's Northern District Court this week. The suit alleges Facebook's failure to protect user data from predatory third parties like Cambridge Analytica constitutes invasion of privacy, breach of contract, and negligence and violates other privacy statutes.
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