Swimsuit App Sues Facebook For Photo Access

Law360, New York (April 15, 2015, 3:21 PM EDT) -- Facebook Inc. has been hit with a lawsuit in California state court by the developer of an app that searches for photos of bikini-clad women on the social network, claiming Facebook’s decision to revoke third-party photo access has made its business model unworkable.

Six4Three LLC said it developed Pikinis, which allows users to search for and save pictures of their friends in swimsuits, based on Facebook’s promise to allow third-party app developers open access to photos and other user data, according to the complaint filed Friday in San Mateo Superior Court. But Facebook’s decision to end photo access has stripped Six4Three’s...

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