The Joseph Saveri Law Firm is conducting a Facebook business practices investigation, examining Facebook for anticompetitive actions that have likely harmed businesses who advertise on the platform as well as digital publishers who promote their content via Facebook.
Facebook is the world’s largest social network, serving more than three billion users worldwide. Facebook tracks these users’ affiliations, activities, and interests, and then leverages this data to create display ad campaigns. Because of this, Facebook is the leading social networking platform for any business looking to advertise.
However, we believe Facebook has—through anticompetitive acquisitions of its competitors—deterred competition and stifled innovation to maintain its monopoly power in social networking. Moreover, we believe Facebook has abused its monopoly power to force advertisers and publishers to pay more than they should for visibility online. Last year alone, Facebook generated revenues of more than $70 billion and profits of more than $18.5 billion.
Please contact the Firm regarding the Facebook business practices investigation if you:
- Paid for advertising on Facebook and are curious about how Facebook’s monopolistic conduct has impacted you;
- Are not sure your campaigns are effective given the price you are paying;
- Have not been able to reach your desired target audience with your ads;
- Are a developer or publisher and may have had your content downgraded.
Any information you provide will be kept strictly confidential as provided by law.