On Sept. 7, a handful of objectors raised concerns about Facebook’s $725 million settlement over the Cambridge Analytica scandal. But one of them got particular attention from lead plaintiffs lawyers in the deal.

ClaimClam, which uses artificial intelligence to identify class members in exchange for a 15% cut, had submitted claims on behalf of about 15,000 class members, but the settlement administrator rejected them, concluding that they lacked identifying information.