Facebook makes its case for not being a social monopoly
Posted on: 12 juin 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

US Senate and House committees recently sent Facebook more than 2,000 questions about how it operates its business, as part of the fallout from the recent Cambridge Analytics revelations. Overnight, the social network provided its answers, with the full document well worth a read (alright: a scan, if you’re busy).
One answer is particularly interesting: Facebook making its case for why it’s not a monopoly. “The average American uses eight different apps to communicate with their friends and stay in touch with people. There is a lot of choice, innovation, and activity in this space, with new competitors arising all the time,” suggested its answer.
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