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Judge grants Facebook evidence request in proposed class action

Briefs | 05/31/2021 6:05 pm EDT

A Quebec judge has ruled that Facebook Inc. can bring forward evidence the company believes will assist it in challenging a proposed class-action lawsuit. 

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