Facebook and Google continue to disagree over access to user data following last week's announcement that Google will no longer allow Facebook to automatically access account data through its Contacts API.
However, the social networking site is offering a workaround for the issue. Users who wish to check for and add friends on Gmail contact lists can manually download the data and upload the service to Facebook by way of the "other e-mail service" option.
Google has publically scolded Facebook over what it claims is a one-sided relationship in regards to sharing data.
The search firm has accused Facebook of importing content from Google sites, but not offering Google access to its own user data.
The policy, according to Google, creates a "data dead end" where people have a difficult time exporting information into other sites.
The company had similarly harsh words for Facebook when news of the workaround began to spread.
"We are disappointed that Facebook did not invest their time in making it possible for their users to get their contacts out of Facebook," Google said in a statement provided to V3.co.uk.
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