CMA could force Facebook to get rid of Giphy

Tom Allen
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CMA could force Facebook to get rid of Giphy
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CMA could force Facebook to get rid of Giphy

The regulator is reviewing last year's acquisition and could force Facebook to unwind the $400 million deal

The UK's Competition and Markets Authority is firing another salvo in the ongoing case of regulators versus big tech, announcing its desire for Facebook to divest itself of popular GIF platform, Gi...

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