Google’s Antitrust Win Irrelevant To Fb Swimsuit, AGs Say

Law360 (May 24, 2021, 6:54 p.m. EDT) – Facebook cannot use Google’s profit against advertisers and publishers who have challenged its digital advertising business to avoid parallel antitrust lawsuits, the Federal Trade Commission and attorneys general said with a DC federal judge Friday.

In separate letters of reply, the FTC and a coalition of 46 attorneys general, including top enforcers from the District of Columbia and Guam, attacked Facebook’s supplementary authority announcement, citing Google’s case, which they believe had nothing to do with their charges who have favourited Facebook monopolizing the country’s social networking market.

“A class action lawsuit has been brought against Google on behalf of a class …

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