Virtual reality start-ups are accusing Facebook of using a familiar playbook to muscle out rivals in what could be the digital platform of the future — prompting a new line of scrutiny from competition enforcers. Facebook is the world’s biggest virtual reality hardware maker thanks to its 2014 acquisition of Oculus for US$2-billion. Its practices…

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