Facebook's antitrust battle begins
On Wednesday, both the Federal Trade Commission and a coalition of attorneys general from 48 states and territories filed lawsuits against Facebook. The two parallel sets of lawsuits accused the company of violating antitrust laws by creating a monopoly on social media, using the company's vast amount of money and data to stifle competition.
- Plus, the investigation into Hunter Biden's taxes.
- And, Big Tech's diversity problem.
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