Meta runs afoul of the ACCC too, and must pay US $14M

Meta has been ordered to pay A$20 million (US$14 million) for not being transparent enough with customers about how data would be used by subsidiaries, Facebook Israel and Onavo Inc. The company was found to have used data for market research and acquisition targets, but not stating that information prominently in its product advertising, though disclosures were made in the terms of service and privacy policy.