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Ohio Blasts Meta for Prioritizing Financial Gain Over Young Users' Mental Health

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Ohio alleges that Meta knowingly engaged in unconscionable acts and practices, violating the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act (CSPA) under Ohio Rev. Code §1345.03. The lawsuit contends that Meta's decisions prioritized financial gain over young users' mental health, with each act constituting a separate violation. Ohio emphasizes that Meta persisted in such practices despite previous court decisions finding them to be CSPA violations. Legal consequences may follow as Ohio takes action against Meta's alleged unconscionable conduct.

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