TL;DR After announcing changes to platform data policies in 2015, Facebook entered into secret “whitelist” agreements with preferred developers such as Netflix and Amazon to allow continued access to complete user friend data. Facebook indirectly monetized user data by exclusively offering the above “whitelist” data access to developers that......
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