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DOJ Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google Focuses on Search Engine Monopoly

DOJ Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google Focuses on Search Engine Monopoly

A recent report claims that Google’s search engine is about to face major challenges as the DOJ readies an antitrust lawsuit accusing the tech giant of crushing competition to protect its monopoly.

A recent report from Bloomberg claims that Google’s Search product, one of Google’s most profitable businesses, could soon be facing major legal issues as the U.S. government reportedly readies an antitrust lawsuit against the internet giant, accusing it of its massive power to protect and extend its search engine monopoly.

The DOJ has conducted a 14-month investigation and is now reportedly focusing on whether or not Google alters search results to favor its own products and whether it restricts access to users to shut out rivals, according to sources close to the investigation.

Some involved in the case reportedly expect the case to filed as early as this week but the timing may be pushed back by around a week according to sources close to the case.

State attorneys general and Justice Department lawyers have allegedly been discussing final preparation for the case this week in Washington.

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