Mark Zuckerberg, three Kiwi executives from Facebook.
The father of a man at Upper Hutt, Facebook Facebook's 10 million dollars (NZ $ 15m) said Facebook was wrong, but it did not mean more.
Arend Nollen has said that his son, the same name, said he was mentioned in three neighbors, claiming that Instagram customers sold their likes like "their likes".
"They're all media. I'm not involved. It's my son. It's with lawyers now," said senior Noll.
The trial of the trial of a jury trial was filed at the California Court of California, a division of San Francisco referring to Leon Hedges and David Pasan's Lower Hutt and three of their companies.
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Three Kiis account for 33 per cent of each company called Social Media Series based on McCarthy Grove in Upper Hutt.
The company operated on Likesocial.co website, "maintenance" and IGFamous.net.
Other SocialEnvy.co websites, Social Envy, works.
Facebook posted a user's picture with one of the following Instagram followers, which quickly attracted Likes to YouTube in 500 seconds.
More photos of the same user got a similar "liking" in March this year.
The defendants allegedly "enriched Facebook and Instagram with $ 9.3 million", and the media company looked for the same amount of damage.
Facebook has claimed that the behavior was "fraudulent", as well as Facebook and Instagram's computer systems.
The Facebook issue male business model "Accessing and using Instagram via Instagram is dependent on artificially manipulating the monetary gain to earn money."
Instagram is a Facebook and video sharing service with more than one million user accounts.
A user increases the profile of "likes", it increases its profile, and many users try to get the most out of it for commercialization and commercial purposes.
In February of 2018, Facebook and Instagram sent a letter "suspended and unlearned" to the accused and disallow Instagram in relation to men and women-related businesses.
According to Facebook, the trio stopped using SocialEnvy.co and IGFamous.net, but Likesocial.co continued its operation.
This hinged Facebook on Hedges, Pasanen and Nolls to access Facebook and its platforms, and blocked "tastes" of millions.
Men and their companies allegedly continued using various automated processes.
Facebook offers an exhibit that offers a "liked" service application that offers $ 10 and $ 99 per week to accept PayPal payments.
Facebook has also done similar actions to Chinese companies, for the same alleged activities.