Just tossing this out there. I hope no one makes a claim, that way MY share is bigger. This is surely a hoax, hehe. You know what they say about too many fingers in the pie, don't you? Neither do I, but hey good to see this.
" The settlement stems from multiple lawsuits that were brought against Facebook by users who claimed that the company improperly shared their data with third-party sources such as advertisers and data brokers. The litigation began after Facebook was embroiled in a privacy scandal in 2018 with Cambridge Analytica, whichfrom the site as part of an effort to profile voters.
" Meta denied any liability or wrongdoing under the settlement, according to the recently created class-action website. However, the agreement means that U.S. residents who used Facebook between May 24, 2007, and December 22, 2022, can file a monetary claim as long as they do so before August 25, 2023."
See the rest of the article which contain the links to file for your share of the pie, after lawyer's fees, of course: