A judgement requiring Facebook to make major changes to privacy settings in Belgium has been delayed while the court document is translated into English, the BBC has learned.
The case, brought by the Belgian Privacy Commission (BPC), required the social network to stop tracking non-users immediately or face a fine.
It was handed down on 9 November and Facebook was given 48 hours to comply.
Facebook said it was negotiating with the BPC.
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