Facebook made a splash recently when CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s plans to integrate its messaging platforms on Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp were revealed last month. In the two weeks following the reveal, so much has happened – culminating in a legal opposition to the move from Germany – that it made sense to summarize the play of events so far. Decision in Facebook-Case: #Bundeskartellamt prohibits #Facebook from merging user data from different sources. PR: https://t.co/dh2HgUnTOu pic.twitter.com/FLAjKnIUyq — Bundeskartellamt (@Kartellamt) February 7, 2019 First, The New York Times’ Mike Isaac broke the news on January 25 that Zuckerberg intended to integrate the…

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