The decision is one of the most consequential issued under the E.U.’s landmark data-protection law and creates a new business headwind for the social media giant.
The software company plans to cut around 8,000 jobs as business slows for tech companies. “We hired too many people leading into this economic downturn,” Salesforce’s chief executive said.
Elon Musk’s social media service said it would begin to permit cause-based advertising to “facilitate public conversation around important topics.”
Automakers have been hampered by the supply of semiconductors and higher interest rates.