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Facebook has been hit with a class action lawsuit accusing it of misleading users about its use of its data.
The case, filed in the US District Court in California on Tuesday, claims that Facebook and Reddit violated California’s Data Privacy Act when it “lied to and deceived users in the use of data” when it created a server that allowed it to gather data from the company’s popular photo sharing app.
The complaint, filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), is the latest in a long line of privacy claims filed against Facebook, and a blow to the social network’s reputation.
“The fact that the company was allowed to gather and share so much personal data and data about its users does not make the company any more trustworthy,” EFF director Corynne McSherry said in a statement.
“We’re filing this case because we’re concerned that Facebook is continuing to lie to users, despite assurances from its own executives that it will never do that again.”
Facebook says that its server was built to comply with federal law, which does not require it to share personal data with third parties.
“It is our belief that the [data] that was gathered by Facebook is no more sensitive than the data we collect from our customers,” a Facebook spokesperson said.
“Our goal is to provide a service that makes our customers’ privacy more important than anyone else’s.
We don’t collect personal data from users, and our data is never sold to third parties.”
According to the EFF, Facebook’s server did not gather personal data about users, only data about the site’s users.
“Facebook is the most widely used photo sharing service in the world, and we expect to continue to have a meaningful relationship with users, advertisers, and others in the industry,” the company said.
“Our server has not collected data about our users.
We’re not selling personal information to advertisers.”
In its complaint, EFF claims that it has seen “significant” traffic from Reddit, the largest social media platform in the United States, which has been flooded with requests for information from Facebook.
“While it is unclear if the number of requests to Reddit has increased, Reddit’s traffic has been growing significantly, even if its numbers have declined,” EFF said.
In an email sent to Ars, a Reddit spokesperson declined to comment on the lawsuit, citing the ongoing litigation.
“Reddit is not involved in this matter,” the spokesperson said, “and has no comment to make.”