Sixty-three sucks in the editor: filing the court in his lawsuit against Facebook (previously) was edited by drawing a black rectangle over the text, which can still be copied and pasted to read it. This is a stupid mistake that most people stopped making a decade ago.
The text that was not revealed revealed that in 2012 Facebook planned to market access to the API Graph for $ 250,000; it also provides access to APIs for Nissan and Royal Bank of Canada (these two were previously known to have accessed the API) as well as Chrysler / Fiat, Lyft, Airbnb, and Netflix (this was revealed through a failed editor).
Six4 Three attorneys David Godkin has not responded to Ars's request to comment. But he submitted an 18-page document on February 9, 2017, which denounced the agreement with these companies.
"In each of these cases, Facebook seems to base its decision to give or reject these companies an unfair competitive advantage based on their ability to withdraw payments or other valuable considerations," he wrote in the section edited from 2017 submissions.
In the footnote on the final page, he concluded:
"Buyers who do not meet the arbitrary minimum requirements set by Facebook are closed from the market, like the Plaintiff, because they cannot afford to spend $ 250,000 per year on advertising costs not related to Facebook. Plaintiff's annual advertising budget is far lower than this arbitrary minimum. "
Facebook ponders, for the time being, sells access to user data [Cyrus Farivar/Ars Technica]
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