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German cartel office to take Facebook case to High Court

Reuters Monday, 26 August 2019
German cartel office to take Facebook case to High CourtGermany's cartel office said on Monday it would appeal a regional court decision to suspend restrictions it had placed on Facebook's data collection practices to the country's highest court.
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