FTC Files Lawsuit Against Social Media Giant Meta for Allegedly Violating Antitrust Laws

FTC Files Lawsuit Against Social Media Giant Meta for Allegedly Violating Antitrust Laws


The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is filing a lawsuit against social media titan Meta for allegedly monopolizing the metaverse.

In a new press release, the regulatory agency says it’s suing the company, along with CEO Mark Zuckerberg, for attempting an illegal acquisition that would greatly expand Meta’s grasp of the virtual reality industry.

“The company’s virtual reality empire includes the top-selling device, a leading app store, seven of the most successful developers, and one of the best-selling apps of all time.

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The agency alleges that Meta and Zuckerberg are planning to expand Meta’s virtual reality empire with this attempt to illegally acquire [Supernatural], a dedicated fitness app, that proves the value of virtual reality to users.”

According to John Newman, the FTC Bureau of

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