"as The Register has previously pointed out, even if the fine is imposed for the entire three month period of the temporary ban, it will add up to a fraction of 1 percent of Meta's Q1 2023 profits"
And as apparently needs to be pointed out every time this nonsense comes up, comparing legal action in a single, quite small, country to a company's global profit is utterly meaningless. Facebook has about 3 billion users. Norway has a population a little under 5.5 million. Even if every single person there has a Facebook account, Norwegians would still make up less than 0.2% of Facebook users, and presumably also around that proportion of their profits. Which would make the total fine after three months equal to about 20% of Facebook's yearly profit in Norway. Which doesn't seem all that unreasonable really. The point of fines is to change a company's behaviour, not to simply drive them out of business, whatever your personal views on the benefits of doing so may be.