The file states that Facebook has "refused to conduct a full search for responsive documents". It was also noted that the company did not cooperate in a similar fashion during the entire investigation of the FTC, which eventually resulted in an agreement of $ 5 billion.
Becerra said at a press conference that his office must now disclose the probe because it is taking legal action to make it public. In particular, he and his team want San Francisco County Supreme Court to force Facebook to respond to requests for additional documents related to Cambridge Analytica. California AG wants to see copies of executive communications ̵
Will Castleberry, VP of State and Local Policy on Facebook, reported CNBC that the company had worked with California AG. "We have worked extensively with the state of California's investigations, and to date we have provided thousands of pages of written answers and hundreds of thousands of documents," he said. However, as noted by CNBC he did not respond to the allegation of the Attorney General that the company had failed to comply with the subpoenas.