Former startup Six4Three is suing Facebook and alleges that they weaponized user data. The latest filings in this case, which originally started in 2015, say Facebook would tempt developers with long-term access to all the user data available so they could create platforms within Facebook. Once the platforms became popular Facebook would try to extract money, co-opt them or destroy them. Six4Three also alleges that upwards of 40,000 were defrauded by Facebook in this manner. There are many more allegations and this is going to be interesting if the suit isn't thrown out. “The evidence uncovered by plaintiff demonstrates that the Cambridge Analytica scandal was not the result of mere negligence on Facebook’s part but was rather the direct consequence of the malicious and fraudulent scheme Zuckerberg designed in 2012 to cover up his failure to anticipate the world’s transition to smartphones,” legal documents said.