Google likely facing onslaught of antitrust cases in US

Google likely facing onslaught of antitrust cases in US

As per reports, a group of state attorneys general led by Texas are likely to file an antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet’s Google and are working on potential litigation for later this year. The DOJ is reportedly moving toward bringing a case as soon as this summer. The federal probe of Google focuses on search, advertising and management of its Android operating system.

F G 2 weeks

About time. Alphabet need to be hit hard

Seekster 2 weeks

Interesting. There are a number of defacto Monopolies in the USA right now that should be broken up to allow for more competition.

porcus 2 weeks

Google needs to be adjusted, in terms on its stranglehold on a number important techs/businesses. Whether that is placing them in the publisher category or whatever, it is overdue.

Jay 2 weeks

Good! Shut the corporation down! They’ve sold so much data to china it’s sickening! Let them move to China! Call it STOOGLE

Darrell Vermilion
Darrell Vermilion 2 weeks

You don't need to be curious--there was a whole conflict about it several years ago and Google pulled out of China entirely because they refused to censor their search engine... and then they went back.

Leon Jones (LiLFunnyMan)
Leon Jones (LiLFunnyMan) 2 weeks

Finally. I hope they can get something done.

FirstCensorshipThenJail 2 weeks

Communists make for bad corporate managers.

Politicians are Hacks
Politicians are Hacks 2 weeks

Is this how they're going to pay for the trillions of dollars in stimulus?

Aaron 2 weeks

I am curious if they wheel and deal with China as a "free" American company or embrace the communist "culture " ?

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