The Federal Trade Commission has proposed a $150 million fine for Twitter over its”deceptive” use of user data for targeted advertising. The charge stems from the company’s admission in 2019 that it had for years used Twitter users’ phone numbers provided for two-factor authentication to also serve targeted ads. The company said that its use of the phone numbers for ads was “an error.”
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