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Federal government and 46 states file antitrust suit seeking to split up Facebook

Por: CBS News Business Diciembre 10, 2020

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The federal government and 46 state attorneys general are suing Facebook, accusing the social media giant of using illegal tactics to maintain its dominance. The states' , led by New York Attorney General Letitia James, alleges that Facebook squashed potential rivals by buying up smaller competitors and closing off its platform to developers of apps it perceived as a threat. In the process, it weakened privacy protections for its users, she... + full article



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