Fillings from the San Francisco federal court reveal Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta and Sheryl Sandberg, the company's former chief operating officer, will face questions in a US antitrust lawsuit alleging that the company deliberately deceived its users and advertisers over data privacy in order to maintain its dominant position. The lawsuit consolidates around twelve cases and has limited the deposition to 3 hours. No date has been set for Mark Zuckerburg, while Sheryl Sandberg is scheduled for 2 May.
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