A broad coalition of attorneys general from across the United States on Wednesday filed an antitrust lawsuit targeting Facebook in Washington, D.C., federal court, accusing the social media giant of anti-competitive conduct, illegally buying up competitors and endangering consumer privacy.

The plaintiffs argued in their complaint that Facebook wields monopoly power and has thwarted competition with “buy-or-bury” tactics.

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