A multi-billion pound class action against Meta (Facebook) for breach of competition law will have a certification hearing in London’s Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) in January 2023.

The case, put together by Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, argues that Facebook/Meta abused its dominant market position by imposing unfair trading terms and prices on users, and unfairly required users to hand over their personal data as a condition of access to the Facebook social network.

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