Judge dismisses claims Facebook, Google had secret digital advertising pact

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A federal judge in the US has cleared Facebook and Google of collusion in relation to an online marketing deal between the two companies, while allowing the ongoing antitrust case against the latter to continue. 

As reported by The Verge (opens in new tab), Judge P. Kevin Castel claimed the “Jedi Blue” deal (opens in new tab) broke no laws because of “Facebook’s motivation to use its economic clout as an advertising to drive the hardest bargain it could, and that Google was motivated by the legitimate, pro-competitive desire to obtain as much business as possible from Facebook.”



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