The court order included the words ‘cookie’ and ‘browser’, which social network claims is against Belgian law for use of Dutch, French or German

Facebook is objecting to the use of English words such as “cookie” and “browser” in a Belgian court order, which has demanded the site stop tracking users without their consent, saying that Belgians may not understand the words.

It forms a small part of Facebook’s appeal in its long-running battle over tracking of non-users of its social network.

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