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EU accuses Facebook parent Meta of distorting ads market

By DW
20 December 2022   |   11:32 am
The EU's competition watchdog has accused tech giant Meta, which owns Facebook and Instagram, of breaching antitrust rules. An early analysis says the firm distorted competition in the online classified ads business.

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