The United States District Court for the Northern District of California has dismissed a class action against Facebook that was based on the social media site’s alleged “knowing interception of users’ internet communications and activity after logging out of their Facebook accounts.”  In In Re Facebook Internet Tracking Litigation, the plaintiffs contended that the data Facebook gathered about their online activity via cookies had “massive economic value,” but the court found that they lacked Article III standing as they failed to allege concrete harm.