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Google and Facebook to help each other in their antitrust legal battles: Report

Google and Facebook to help each other in their antitrust legal battles: Report

The WSJ has reported that prosecutors have accused Google and Facebook of joining hands to help defend each other in antitrust cases, citing an unedited version of an antitrust suit slapped on Google by the attorneys general of Texas and 9 other states. The deal – codenamed ’Jedi Blue’ – included a provision where the two tech giants vowed to ’cooperate and assist each other’ in antitrust cases.

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Alex
Alex 1 months

So the two are working together in an anti-trust lawsuit that accuses them of working together.... You can't make this up.

Judy
Judy 1 months

Day after election, closed my FB account. And went to duckgoduck for infro needs. Done making these "sell out programs" rich. I feel these hearings are all for show, a sham to impress AMERICAINS into thinking government is trustworthy. Their not successful. Ppl are not as stupid as they think.

Martin
Martin 1 months

Something serious needs to be done with these giant platforms. They have become too powerful to be considered a ''private'' platform. Not only are they breaching people's privacy and thought but, they're constantly spreading misinformation, corporate agendas and polarising politics. It's destroying unity, economic stability and civility. Let the people speak and respect their privacy.

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