Facebook considered charging companies for access to user data — now Mark Zuckerberg says it was because of Apple's restrictions on iPhone apps (AAPL, FB)
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Wednesday, 5 December 2018 () · Explosive documents show that in 2012 Facebook internally considered charging developers for access to its platform, which enables them to see and collect user data.
· In a public post, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the discussions were because Apple's restrictions on what iPhone developers can do threatened its business...
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· *Mark Zuckerberg once suggested that developers pay something to the tune of $0.10 USD per year for access to a user's Facebook data. *
· *He made this... Business Insider - TechnologyAlso reported by •BGR India