United States sues Facebook of monopoly and unfairly crushing its competition

United States sues Facebook of monopoly and unfairly crushing its competition

United States sues Facebook: The United States’ Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and 48 states sued Facebook for holding a monopoly that has unlawfully purchased and crushed its competition. 

The case states that the company bought Instagram for $1bn in 2012 and WhatsApp in 2014 for $19bn, and crushed rivalry that might have tested their industry strength. The antitrust lawful was declared by New York principal attorney general Ms. Letitia James. 

Facebook is more than $800bn in value and it controls three of the most popular social media and messaging apps that are used by people all around the globe.

Ms. James expressed that “For almost 10 years, Facebook has utilized its predominance and monopoly power to squash more modest adversaries and shattered rivalry.” 

On Wednesday, the FTC documented its own legal suit against Facebook in Washington DC government court. However, if we win the case it could prompt the primary court-order which will break up Facebook in years. 

“Facebook’s latest activities to strengthen, sustain its monopoly and deny consumers the advantages of competition.”Our point is to move back Facebook’s anti-competitive direct and reestablishes rivalry so advancement and free competition can flourish,” says FTC.

Facebook says we will review the cases and complaints filed against us.

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