Facebook Inc. starts off slashing access to user data for app developers


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Facebook Inc. starts off slashing access to user data for app developers

On Wednesday, the 6th of November 2019, court documents seen by a press agency reporter had revealed that Facebook Inc., the Menlo Park, CA-based social networking titan, which had recently been met with sheer criticisms over its Geneva-based digital currency project, Libra, had already begun to trim user data access to its third-party app developers for the timeframe between 2012 and 2019, remarking a move aimed at evening out some of the odds occured due to the social networking giant’s mass-scale mishap on privacy breach issues including a UK 2016 election alongside the long-criticised Cambridge Analytica scandal during 2016 US Presidential scandal which eventually ended up in a civil penalty of $5 billion, the largest backlash from civil cases any company had ever seen.

Meanwhile, some of the executives of the owner of world’s top four internet service providers out of six, Facebook, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram, had been referring the strategical reform of Facebook Inc.

as a “Switcharoo Plan,” emails retrieved from a confidential California court filing had unveiled on Wednesday (November 6th). In point of fact, the court documents come forth over the heels of a 2015 lawsuit filed by Six4Three, a now-defunct bikini-photo-app developing firm which had recently lost access to Facebook user data due to a series of new overhauls the Social networking titan has been adopting.