The US government, as well as several states, are suing Facebook. They allege the social media giant contravened antitrust law by crushing smaller competitors.
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The New York Attorney General is leading a coalition of 48 states filing a lawsuit against the social media giant. It comes as the Federal Trade Commission seeks the sell-off of Instagram and Facebook.
Putin's remarks came one day after he held his first phone call with Joe Biden during his tenure as US President. It is the first time that the Russian leader has spoken to the World Economic Forum since 2009.
As COVID restrictions prompt people to embrace new digital communication tools, an exclusive audio-only discussion app is taking off in Germany. But Clubhouse has also been called elitist.
In a bold move, US antitrust watchdogs have sued Facebook, arguing the social media giant needs to be broken up. Momentum is on the regulators' side, experts say.
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