United States Attorney General Bill Barr and the Department of Justice are on the brink of launching an antitrust lawsuit against Google over its monopolistic and hostile business practices, according to a recent report.
The report, first released by Bloomberg News, claims “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 14 month investigation by the DOJ focused “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 Breitbart News, the lawsuit would be the largest monopoly case since Microsoft was sued over 20 years ago.
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