40 US states plan to sue Facebook next week, report

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The FTC is also considering to introduce a separate but related complaint against Facebook in coming days

More than 40 states in the US are planning to file a lawsuit against Facebook next week over possible antitrust violations. It is not known what points the states want to include in their lawsui...

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