State Attorneys General To Meet With DOJ To Share Information About Google Antitrust Probe

3CCorp.net | 1/27/2020 | me
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Top federal and state attorneys could be forming a “trust-busting” group against Google. On Sunday, officials announced a group of seven state attorneys general will meet with Justice Department attorneys to share information about their investigation.

The probe is looking into claims of monopolistic behavior by Google and will touch on their control of online advertising as well as search traffic. The meeting is expected to discuss these issues as well as a division of labor of federal and state attorneys.

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Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes recently spoke out regarding the investigation.

“There’s no question that Google is the market dominant player when it comes to internet search with nearly 90-percent of a share, and there’s nothing wrong with being the dominant player if it’s done fairly,” he stated. “That’s what our investigation intends to uncover and reveal; whether Google has played by the rules and acted fairly.”

Year - Attorneys - States - Puerto - Rico

Last year, attorneys general from 48 states along with Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C. launched investigations into Google. This came as other giant tech companies like Apple, Amazon and Facebook faced “anti-corruption”...
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