NO. But, barely.
YES. fb.com dominates internet social networking services (ALEXA #3). Subsidiary Instagram also dominates in social media sharing (ALEXA #15 – 16) and WhatsApp is a major instant message service (ALEXA #54 – 73). Oculus is a fail. Question become; break Facebook up into what?
YES. Facebook ‘misinforms’ users, the public and governments as company and products expand customer bases and misinforms customers concerning its products. No law against that.
YES. Facebook faces increasing critical reputations among users for the wholesale marketing of ‘personal data’ and from customers for not knowing what products are ‘available’ nor the proper price.
YES. There no longer an independent ‘ratings service’ to measure audience and advert effectiveness. Facebook froze out market research ‘mining’ more than two years ago.
NO. fb.com market share is not increasing. It’s own marketing data reveals last quarter daily app time per user decreased from 22 minutes to 20 minutes from the previous quarter. Another decrease in daily usage is expected next quarter ending this June. Daily, let alone active, user number were never available. Yet, advert revenues continue to increase.
Sears & Roebuck was too big. General Motors was too big. DuPont was too big. IBM was too big. Kodak was too big. Microsoft was too big.
Monopoly? Perhaps. But there are too many predator new age technology corporations which are in violation of national and international anti-trust laws. Alphabet, Amazon, Comcast and Disney as examples.