So the government’s antitrust lawsuit against Facebook failed. Where now? | Siva Vaidhyanathan It turns out that Facebook is more powerful and resilient – and American antitrust law less helpful – than critics of Big Tech had hoped Facebook's antitrust win doesn't put Big Tech stocks in the clearThe news for Facebook couldn't have been better. Here are the antitrust arguments against Facebook and why a judge rejected them.A federal judge said the Federal Trade Commission had not made its case that Facebook holds a monopoly over social networking. And he said states had waited too long to sue. Judge dismisses antitrust complaints against FacebookA US judge on Monday dismissed the blockbuster antitrust action against Facebook filed last year by federal and state regulators, helping lift the value of the social media giant above $1 trillion fo… US federal judge dismisses government antitrust lawsuits against FacebookDistrict judge James Boasberg says the claims are 'legally insufficient' and don't provide enough evidence that social media giant is a monopoly Major boost for tech giants after US judge dismisses antitrust lawsuits against FacebookThe US government had accused Facebook of creating a monopoly by buying out small, up-and-coming rivals. Mark Zuckerberg’s Big Legal Win Shows Why Regulating Tech Is so ThornyFacebook keeps winning antitrust lawsuits, its valuation is skyrocketing, and it just launched a new product to compete with (and quash) a smaller startup. For Zuck, everything’s coming up roses. Federal court dismisses FTC’s bid to unwind Instagram from FacebookThe move is a huge blow in the effort to break up Big Tech.