Facebook Inc. and Princeton University have been hit with claims from a home design website that they scraped data from more than 2,500 three-dimensional objects and 45,000 scenes vital to the development of computer vision technology.

UAB “PLANNER5D,” the private Lithuanian company behind the Planner 5D websitesued Facebook and Princeton for copyright infringement and trade secret theft in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on Thursday.

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