Including the location of the person, the type of equipment used, your Internet service provider, and the person you are speaking to, this will lead to the creation of a customer profile. nd preferences will be monetized through targeted advertising, and all of this amounts to “tracking.”
The two social media platforms argued that when the High Court and the High Court of Delhi were studying privacy policies, the ICC should not have them. They also said that the ICC decision abused the exclusive jurisdiction of the Commission. They claimed that in this case, CCI had a “very far” from the court.