A French nongovernmental organization wants Facebook Inc. to pay 100 million euros ($113 million) and fix any problems stemming from recent data security incidents and privacy breaches.
The Internet Society of France says Facebook collected data on nonusers without getting their consent, and illegally limited its responsibilities with respects to personal information. The NGO also claimed that Facebook unduly collected the political opinions, religious beliefs, and sexual orientation of its users in violation of EU privacy laws.
The Internet Society is seeking 100 million in euros from Facebook if they can get 100,000 EU data subject to join the complaint. The organization said Facebook has four months to respond before it files its action in the Court of First Instance of Paris.