1. Facebook may have scrapped talks to buy Houseparty over antitrust concerns  Engadget
  2. How Facebook Is Changing to Deal With Scrutiny of Its Power  The New York Times
  3. Facebook reportedly ditched plans to buy a social networking competitor over antitrust fears  CNBC
  4. Facebook called off a deal to buy Houseparty because of fears it would attract unwanted antitrust scrutiny  Business Insider
  5. Facebook Getting Jittery as Washington Readies the Antitrust Bazooka  Vanity Fair
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The Federal Trade Commission is investigating Facebook yet again, and it's said to be delving into possible antitrust practices. Critics suggest its purchases o...The Federal Trade Commission is investigating Facebook yet again, and it's said to be delving into possible antitrust practices. Critics suggest its purchases o...

Facebook may have scrapped talks to buy Houseparty over antitrust concerns

Facebook reportedly was reportedly in advanced discussions with the video chat app Houseparty.Facebook reportedly was reportedly in advanced discussions with the video chat app Houseparty.

It was harder than I expected to give up my two favorite apps, Instagram and Facebook. However, I was surprised by what I had time to do instead.It was harder than I expected to give up my two favorite apps, Instagram and Facebook. However, I was surprised by what I had time to do instead.

I'm a social media addict who quit Instagram and Facebook for a week - Business Insider

With the FTC on its heels, Facebook is reportedly backing off of new acquisitions and tightening its grip on the properties it already controls.With the FTC on its heels, Facebook is reportedly backing off of new acquisitions and tightening its grip on the properties it already controls.

Facebook Getting Jittery as Washington Readies the Antitrust Bazooka | Vanity Fair

WhatsApp is getting an extensive list of changes – here is what you need to know.WhatsApp is getting an extensive list of changes – here is what you need to know.

Big changes coming to WhatsApp

By now you may already know that 2020 U.S. presidential candidates like Elizabeth Warren want to break up big companies like Facebook, Amazon and Google -- the main reason being their power to acquire new startups and drive them out…By now you may already know that 2020 U.S. presidential candidates like Elizabeth Warren want to break up big companies like Facebook, Amazon and Google -- the main reason being their power to acquire new startups and drive them out…

Facebook has been making internal changes to make itself harder to break up - TechSpot

WhatsApp Temporarily Banned accounts popped up en masse this past week as the chat app continues its campaign to appear to fight unauthorized use. We've seenWhatsApp Temporarily Banned accounts popped up en masse this past week as the chat app continues its campaign to appear to fight unauthorized use. We’ve seen accounts of several accounts bann…

New WhatsApp bans mean you need to consider the risk - SlashGear

Critics are saying Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's moves to intertwine Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp messaging are calculated to make it tougher to break up the company.Critics are saying Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's moves to intertwine Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp messaging are calculated to make it tougher to break up the company.

Critics call Mark Zuckerberg's company restructure move to make it 'harder to be broken up' | Daily Mail Online

Unlike other apps, WhatsApp business model is not simple, WhatsApp is a free, cross-platform and end to end encrypted instant messaging appUnlike other apps, WhatsApp business model is not simple, WhatsApp is a free, cross-platform and end to end encrypted instant messaging app

How does WhatsApp make money? – Techjaja

In both pre-emptive and defensive ways, the social network is modifying its behavior to fend off antitrust concerns.In both pre-emptive and defensive ways, the social network is modifying its behavior to fend off antitrust concerns.

After Facebook's disinterest, Houseparty has now been acquired by Fortnite maker Epic Games.After Facebook's disinterest, Houseparty has now been acquired by Fortnite maker Epic Games.

Facebook ditched plans to buy group video chat app Houseparty, over antitrust concerns- Technology News, Firstpost

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WhatsApp has decided to make extensive changes to the messaging app, including a 'voice commands' option.

Look Out For These Important Changes Coming To WhatsApp – 2oceansvibe.com

In Marketing Land's ongoing series on paid social marketing, we look at Facebook's plans to put its mark on its family of apps.

Will 'Facebook' branding on Instagram, WhatsApp help advertisers? Marketers have mixed reactions - Marketing Land