Facebook, in the most recent turn of events, is facing yet another lawsuit as the latest allegations against the social media giant is that it spies on Instagram users via their front cameras. Reportedly, it has been claimed that the company actually gains unauthorized access to the selfie cameras of users\u2019 smartphones in order to spy on them. Indeed with regards to a report coming in from Bloomberg, the lawsuit has in fact been filed after various allegations surrounded the company which claimed that the social media application was accessing iPhone cameras even when the users weren\u2019t actively using it. Ever since these allegations have come to surface, Facebook has actively denied them and has gone on to blame the entire issue on a rogue bug, which the company is apparently fixing, that was using the iPhone selfie cameras. Must Read : WhatsApp Web to get Fingerprint Verification Soon A user of Instagram stemming from New Jersey, USA proceeded on to file the complaint just earlier in the week and claimed that the use of the camera was in fact intentional and was done for the purpose of collecting lucrative and valuable data on its users that it would not otherwise have access to. They further proceeded on to state that by \u201cobtaining extremely private and intimate personal data on their users, including in the privacy of their own homes, they are able to collect valuable insights and market research.\u201d On the matter at hand, Facebook has declined to comment. Most notably though, this particular law suit arrives just a month after legal action that the company was at the receiving end with regards to another illegal acquisition of user data. In more recent years of course, online privacy and data security have become a hot debate to take part in, as many have continuously criticized both Facebook as well as Google for adopting undisclosed methods of harvesting user data.