Twitter fined 30,000 euros after a complaint by a French company

The French court sentenced the US giant Twitter for the change of general conditions of use, a consumer protection association that had filed a lawsuit against the social network in court, announced that some of its clauses were “abusive” or “illegal”.

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The French association “UFC-Que Choisir” addressed the Paris High Court in 2014 to recognize the abusive or illegal nature of the 256 clauses that contained the general terms of use, according to a statement on its web site.

Twitter was sentenced to pay “UFC-Que Choisir ‘” 30,000 euros fine for moral damage to collective interest. A financial sanction that the association regards as “negligible” for the social network, which in 2017 marked a worldwide turnover of $ 2.1 billion.

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