Facebook has filed a lawsuit against a Hong Kong-based company and two of its staffers, alleging that it operated a fraudulent scheme to dupe Facebook users into installing malware, allowing it to control accounts and run ads through them that circumvented the platform's review processes.
The lawsuit, filed Thursday in a California court, accuses ILikeAd Media International Company Ltd and two Chinese nationals, Chen Xiao Cong and Huang Tao, of involvement in the scheme....
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