Attorney General Bill Barr’s Justice Department plans to bring an antitrust case against Google in the coming weeks.
Barr has pushed the case forward and wants to get the case rolling sooner rather than later as the election draws near.
The decision to expedite work on the antitrust suit has created some internal controversy as some lawyers have left the case. There are still crucial details to be worked out with only weeks left.
Google controls 90% of searches globally and garners 1/3 of every dollar spent on internet advertising.
Anti-trust action against Google has bipartisan support, or it will until Democrats realize that they need to side with Google against President Trump.
Google has been under the Congressional spotlight for censoring political views, and now the DOJ is finally going after their monopolistic practices.
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