Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is leading the way in the antitrust investigation of Big Tech, including the “Jedi Blue” online advertising agreement between Google and Facebook (a/k/a Meta).
Attorney General Paxton has sued Facebook (now known as Meta) for capturing and using the biometric data of millions of Texans without properly obtaining their informed consent to do so, in violation of Texas law.
Texas Attorney General Announces Settlement Requiring Two National Lenders to Comply with Antitrust Laws Before Completing Merger
“Without the proper protections in place, this acquisition would mean fewer choices for borrowers with limited credit options,” said Attorney General Paxton. “My office will continue to protect choices for Texas consumers by stopping those trying to take away competition through the acquisition of their rivals.”
Attorney General Paxton Reaches Agreement with Dental Supply Distributor over Anticompetitive Conduct
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced the settlement of an antitrust investigation into Pennsylvania-based Benco Dental Supply Company’s participation in an illegal group boycott in the dental supply market. The State filed suit in Travis County District Court alleging that Benco violated Texas antitrust law, along with an agreed final judgment prohibiting Benco from engaging in similar conduct and providing for the payment of $300,000 to the State.