Three users of the Facebook Messenger application filed lawsuits against Facebook on Tuesday, alleging that the social network violated their privacy by collecting logs of phone calls and text messages.
This is the last legal challenge facing the company.
The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Northern California and seeks compensation on behalf of all affected social network users.
Facebook continues to experience the "floods" raised by its scandal Cambridge Analytica. Immediately after the revelation of the scandal, investigators leaked a new scandal to the inappropriate handling of personal data by Facebook.
For those who do not know on Sunday, we published that the company recorded the call history and text messages of some users of the Android operating system.
Facebook said Sunday that it does not collect call or text message content and that this information is stored securely. The data is not sold to third parties, he said, as he has stated several times.
Android belongs to Alphabet, and is not in the lawsuit we mentioned above.