Facebook again applied to dismiss the Federal Trade Commission’s lawsuit, saying Khan should evade

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Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg left the Merrion Hotel in Dublin after meeting with Irish politicians to discuss social media regulation, transparency in political advertising, and the safety of young and disadvantaged adults. Tuesday, April 2, 2019, Dublin, Ireland.

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Facebook A second motion was filed on Monday to dismiss the Federal Trade Commission’s lawsuit against its illegal monopoly, claiming that the agency’s vote to submit an amendment to the complaint was invalid because the chairman Lina Khan should have avoided it.

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has Submit a revised complaint After the federal judge Dismissed the agency’s initial requestHowever, the judge gave the Federal Trade Commission a second chance to support its claim that Facebook illegally maintained monopoly power in violation of antitrust laws.

However, before the FTC filed the revised complaint, Facebook had already submitted a Application for withdrawal Oppose Khan, claiming that her past statements indicate that she has determined her responsibility.

According to the press release accompanying the amended complaint, the Federal Trade Commission stated that it rejected the petition after it “carefully reviewed” the petition by its Office of General Counsel. The office decided that since the case will be debated before a federal judge, “it will provide the company with appropriate constitutional due process protection.”

Facebook is now raising this issue with the court and wrote in its complaint that Khan was involved House Judiciary Subcommittee’s Antitrust Report on Competitive Digital Markets “At least it will make people think that the chairman has pre-judged the facts and cannot be unbiased or unbiased.”

The report found that Facebook has a monopoly, and Amazon, Apple with GoogleKhan is in charge Google Part of the report.

Facebook claimed in its motion that Khan participated in the revised complaint with a 3 to 2 vote “violating basic due process safeguards and federal ethics rules.”

Khan said at the Senate confirmation hearing that she did not think she had an economic conflict and needed to be avoided under the ethics law.with Antitrust experts say When the commissioner voted to refer the case to a federal court instead of serving as a judge in the agency’s internal administrative law process, the court often considered the challenge to be less urgent.

In addition to evading the question, Facebook stated in the filing that the US Federal Trade Commission still failed to reasonably support its claim that the company has monopoly power in the personal social networking service market defined by the agency. Facebook claims that the FTC “picked” data from the three applications of Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat to “support its new, supercharged market share numbers”, but it still failed to prove that its acquisitions of Instagram and WhatsApp constituted Exclusive behavior.

The company’s stock price fell 4.9% on Monday, but the stock prices of several of its large technology companies also fell by more than 2%. on the same day, A number of Facebook services have technical interruptions. on Sunday, Facebook whistleblower revealed her identity in a TV interview Before she appeared on the Senate panel.

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