🤳Facebook users can receive compensation money from a 90 Million settlement

🤳Facebook users can receive compensation money from a 90 Million settlement

Deadline: September 22, 2022

Payout: Estimated $50 - $300

The lawsuit — known as "Facebook Internet Tracking Litigation" — accuses Facebook of "improperly obtaining and collecting data" through non-Facebook websites that displayed a Facebook "Like" button.

Facebook has denied any wrongdoing but is still choosing to settle the matter without going to trial.

Persons who, between April 22, 2010, and Sept. 26, 2011, inclusive, were Facebook users in the United States who visited non-Facebook websites that displayed the Facebook Like button.

You qualify if you were a Facebook user in the United States from April 22, 2010, through September 26, 2011, and you visited any non-Facebook website that displayed the Facebook "Like" button.

If you are unsure if you qualify for a payment, you can ask for free help by emailing the Settlement Administrator at info@FBInternetTrackingSettlement.com — or call 1-844-665-0905.

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No proof of purchase is necessary, but settlement class members should enter all usernames or URLs for Facebook accounts they used between April 22, 2010 and Sept. 26, 2011, if possible. Entering their usernames will increase the chances of the settlement administrator finding their accounts; if the class members cannot remember their usernames, the administrator will try to find their accounts based on the other information provided on the claim forms.


Claims Administrator
Facebook Internet Tracking Litigation
c/o Administrator
1650 Arch Street, Suite 2210
Philadelphia, PA 19103

How Do I Find My Facebook Username?

Facebook usernames help people find your public Facebook profile more easily. Your Facebook username will result in a public URL link that will look something like:

A final court hearing for the settlement of this case will be held on October 27, 2022, in San Jose, California. The hearing will decide whether the settlement is "fair, reasonable, and adequate."

If the court approves the settlement, there could be appeals. It is uncertain how long it would take to resolve an appeal.

Settlement payments will be distributed "as soon as possible" after the court grants final approval of the settlement.

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