Seems like someone finally has an answer to the huge problem of Big Tech censorship, and he’s eager to share it with the right people.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said to Breitbart News on Monday that the way to stop Google’s censorship is to go after its monopoly on internet advertising through legal antitrust actions.
Texas is already suing Google “for engaging in anticompetitive and exclusionary practices that eliminate competition for internet searches and search advertising.”
The Justice Department and the States of Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, and South Carolina have all joined the lawsuit.
Online advertising “funds every other monopoly they have, and whatever good or evil purposes they have,” Paxton said.
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