The US Department of Justice has reportedly been setting up interviews with Facebook’s rivals as part of an antitrust investigation into the world’s largest social network, a sign that the agency is moving forward with its probe.
The Information, citing an email from the DOJ, reported on Monday that the agency is reaching out to social media executives to learn about “the competitive landscape of the industry, along with their perspectives on and relationship to Facebook.”
Reports about the DOJ’s antitrust investigation intosurfaced in September. The social network is already facing probes by the Federal Trade Commission, the House antitrust committee and a group of…
Source CNET Tech