A former Facebook marketing partner will remain cut off from the social media giant’s ecosystem after failing to convince a federal judge that Facebook acted outside its rights when revoking the company’s licenses to its platforms.

In a bench ruling, U.S. District Chief Judge Phyllis Hamilton of the Northern District of California denied content marketer Stackla’s motions for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction that would restore the company’s access to Facebook and Instagram.

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