Six4three sucks in the wording: his court filing in his lawsuit against Facebook (previously) was edited by drawing black rectangles over the text, which you can still copy and paste to read it. This is a stupid mistake that most people stopped making ten years ago.
Unresolved text shows that in 2012, Facebook planned to enter the market for its API Graph interface for $ 250,000; he also provided access to the API for Nissan and Royal Bank of Canada (these two were previously available to access the API), as well as Chrysler / Fiat, Lyft, Airbnb and Netflix (they show up through a failed revision).
Sixth attorney David Godkin did not respond to Ars’s request for comment. But on February 9, 2017, he published an 18-page document that criticized deals with these companies.
“In each of these cases, Facebook seems to base its decision to give or deny these companies an unfair competitive advantage based on its ability to extract a payment or other valuable reward,” he wrote in the edited parts of the 2017 application.
In a footnote on the last page, he concluded:
“Buyers who would not meet the arbitrary minimum requirements set by Facebook were closed to the market, as was the case with Plaintiff, since it could not afford to spend $ 250,000 a year on unrelated advertising costs from Facebook. The annual advertising budget of the Claimant was much lower than this arbitrary minimum. ”
Facebook pondered selling user data for a while [Cyrus Farivar/Ars Technica]
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