By Matt LevineEditor-In-ChiefNovember 4, 201710:30AM EDT”We’re just going to give you some advice on how to get the court order,” he said.
“You have to have an attorney, and you have to go through a process, and they have to give it to the court.”
In a statement, Facebook said: “We believe that our acquisition of Instagram has the potential to significantly increase the number of people sharing content online.
We are actively engaged in evaluating all legal and regulatory challenges.””
We are also pleased to work with the courts to ensure that we are following all applicable laws and regulations, and are transparent in how we operate and how we respond to the regulatory and legal challenges,” the company added.”
We remain focused on our goal of making it easier for people to share their stories, pictures, and content across all of Facebook’s platforms.”
In its filing with the court, Instagram also cited the company’s acquisition of Facebook, the largest social network in the world.
In addition to Facebook, Instagram is also in talks to acquire WhatsApp and SnapChat.