After wrapping up a $92 million class action settlement over biometric data, TikTok Inc. faces a new spate of lawsuits alleging privacy violations.

At least six class actions target TikTok over its insertion of JavaScript code to access the personal information of users who use the app’s browser to access the websites of third parties, often to purchase items advertised on the social media platform.

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