Children’s Privacy: Netherlands to bring €2B civil lawsuit against TikTok for violation of children’s rights

An Amsterdam court ruled a Dutch civil class action led by rights groups Take Back Your Privacy (TBYP) and Consumentenbond against TikTok can proceed. Claims are that the Chinese company violated the privacy of 1.5 million children because it illegally collects their personal data – so the suit looks to obtain a minimum of €1,000 per child.

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