Facebook Credits Plan Stirs Up Possible Antitrust Action

Law360, New York (February 27, 2012, 8:16 PM ET) -- Facebook Inc.'s online gaming credits plan has come under attack from two California-based law firms that launched a website this week to garner interest for a potential antitrust class action against the social networking site.

Newman Duwors LLP and Strange & Carpenter started a site called Stopefacebookcredits.com that is meant to attract companies that have been put out of business or have incurred higher costs since Facebook instituted its credits system to switch all online games to a single, Facebook-run, virtual currency system, according to a...
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