Facebook Aims To Kill Bikini-Finding App Developer's Suit

Law360, New York (September 11, 2015, 2:30 PM EDT) -- Facebook Inc. has told a California court that Six4Three LLC has no case against it over changes to its site that shut down an app for finding users' swimsuit pictures, saying the developers had no reason to think Facebook promised access to those photos in perpetuity.

The social media company said in its demurrer filed Sept. 8 that plaintiff Six4Three had started making Facebook apps in 2012, well after the company had reserved its right to make changes that could disable apps. The developer had no reason to take Facebook's vague, aspirational statements about its reason for opening the platform to...

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