UK parliament gets damaging internal docs against Facebook
The court ordered that no unredacted copies of the relevant sealed documents should be released until further notice
The British Parliament has obtained a set of internal documents that could malign the image of Facebook. The cache of documents is said to include correspondences between Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg and company executives, and information related to a lawsuit filed against the company.
The documents were retrieved by Member of Parliament Damian Collins, the head of the British parliamentary committee that has been looking into Facebook. To prevent any damage, Facebook approached the court in California to stop the disclosure of the information.
The court ordered that no unredacted copies of the relevant sealed documents should be released until further notice.
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