Meta Allowed Netflix Access to Facebook Users’ Private Messages, Court Documents Claim

Facebook’s parent company, Meta, has denied allegations that it allowed Netflix to access users’ private messages, following reports that the streaming service paid the Mark Zuckerberg-led company $100 million for the privilege.

The reports began emerging this week following the unsealing of court documents as part of a major lawsuit filed by two U.S. citizens— Maximilian Klein and Sarah Grabert—against Meta last year accusing the social media giant of anti-competitive behavior.

In their lawsuit, the two plaintiffs claimed that Netflix and Facebook enjoyed a “special relationship” for nearly a decade, during which the former allegedly purchased “hundreds of millions of dollars” in Facebook advertisements and entered into a series of agreements on sharing data with Facebook as part of efforts to better tailor content for its users.

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