FTC Nearing Decision On Facebook Antitrust Probe

Law360 (January 7, 2020, 9:39 PM EST) -- The Federal Trade Commission will make a decision soon about whether to take formal action against Facebook and other tech giants for alleged anti-competitive behavior, the agency's chief said Tuesday, but stressed the regulator wouldn't break up a company "just because they're big and successful."

During back-to-back chats at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, FTC Chair Joseph Simons and Federal Communications Commission Chair Ajit Pai spoke about their agencies' top priorities, including privacy and antitrust enforcement at the FTC and the end of net neutrality and deployment of 5G technology at the FCC. 

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