One of Facebook’s former business partners is suing the social media giant for its “scorched-earth approach” to managing the fallout of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which the company claims has left it struggling to survive.

Content-marketing company Stackla alleges that Facebook revoked the company’s licenses granting access to its platforms to protect its own reputation, not for any legitimate violations of their agreement, according to a complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California Thursday.

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