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Antitrust and Big Tech: How Google Has Dominated Search and What the Government’s Lawsuit Could Mean for Consumers

Cristina De Castro – The ongoing antitrust lawsuit against Google has reached its halfway mark with the Department of Justice resting its case mid-October. The debate surrounding whether Google’s actions that made it the leading search engine constitute legitimate competition or an unlawful monopoly could have significant impacts on the tech industry. The U.S. claims […]

The Justice Department’s Antitrust Lawsuits Against Google’s Alleged Search and Advertisement Monopolies

Alexandra McHugh – On January 24, 2023, the Justice Department, along with the Attorneys General of California, Colorado, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Virginia, filed a civil antitrust suit against Google in the Eastern District of Virginia. The Government’s complaint alleges that Google monopolizes crucial digital advertising technologies, denying the American […]