How Meta Violated Oregon’s Unlawful Trade Practices Actby@metaeatsbrains
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How Meta Violated Oregon’s Unlawful Trade Practices Act

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Oregon's Attorney General accuses Meta of violating the Unlawful Trade Practices Act (UTPA) by employing unconscionable tactics that caused young users' compulsive and unhealthy use of Social Media Platforms. The state contends that Meta's violations were willful, seeking a permanent injunction, restitution, civil penalties, and costs under Oregon statutes. Despite notice, Meta did not provide a satisfactory assurance of voluntary compliance, escalating the legal battle.

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