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Michigan Attorney General Accuses Meta of Willfully Violating the Consumer Protection Act

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Michigan's Attorney General accuses Meta of intentional violations under the Michigan Consumer Protection Act, alleging deceptive practices, misrepresentations, and failure to disclose material facts. The case revolves around Meta's alleged knowing and willful actions that have reportedly caused damages to individual consumers, affecting tens of thousands of Michigan residents. The legal battle unfolds as Michigan seeks justice for the alleged intentional violations of consumer protection laws by Meta.

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