In the afternoon of October 11, Beijing time, Sina Technologies News reported that Facebook was trying to win a ruling to block the release of thousands of pages of internal documents and further get rid of user privacy problems.
A California state judge on Wednesday provisionally vetoed an application developer and media agency's request to try to disclose a large number of company records and emails involved in the lawsuit. Some of them involve the formulation and implementation of privacy policies by Facebook executives in recent years.
The plaintiff is a developer who shares applications with a very short bikini photo. In the lawsuit, the developer accused Facebook of violating its previous commitment to app developers when it blocked access to Facebook users'friends' data in 2015.
Facebook denied the allegations in the case and argued that the developer's request to publish the documents was
The New York Times, the Washington Post and the Associated Press all argue that these documents help answer public concerns about how Facebook handles user data.
Further trials will take place on Thursday. (wood)