California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is seeking a court order to force Facebook to hand over documents as part of an investigation into whether the company violated state privacy laws by sharing user data with third parties.

Lawyers from Becerra’s office on Wednesday filed a petition in San Francisco Superior Court seeking to get the company to respond to requests for documents about the company’s policies and actions regarding third-party access to user data that date back to June 2018.

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