Federal Judge Dismisses Antitrust Lawsuits Against Facebook

Facebook is now worth $1 trillion after a federal judge dismissed two antitrust suits against the company over monopoly concerns.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before a Senate panel in April 2018. On Wednesday, Facebook’s independent Oversight Board is set to decide whether the company should keep its indefinite ban on former President Donald Trump.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before a Senate panel in April 2018. On Wednesday, Facebook's independent Oversight Board is set to decide whether the company should keep its indefinite ban on former President Donald Trump.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before a Senate panel in April 2018. On Wednesday, Facebook’s independent Oversight Board is set to decide whether the company should keep its indefinite ban on former President Donald Trump.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before a Senate panel in April 2018. On Wednesday, Facebook's independent Oversight Board is set to decide whether the company should keep its indefinite ban on former President Donald Trump.

Federal Judge Dismisses Antitrust Lawsuits Against Facebook

Facebook is now worth $1 trillion after a federal judge dismissed two antitrust suits against the company over monopoly concerns.

In a major blow to regulators, a federal judge on Monday dismissed two antitrust lawsuits against Facebook by the Federal Trade Commission and a group of state attorneys general. Reset checks in with the Washington Post for the latest.

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