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The Antitrust Case Against Google

The Department of Justice, along with 11 state attorneys general, have filed a lawsuit alleging Google has too much control over internet searches. The Alphabet-owned company calls the government's case "deeply flawed." Read more about the antitrust lawsuit and what's specifically being alleged, along with reactions from lawmakers and industry observers.

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The Antitrust Case Against Google
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    The Antitrust Charges, Explained

    Google is a search monopoly, Justice Department says in landmark antitrust lawsuit

    Google is a search monopoly, Justice Department says in landmark antitrust lawsuit

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    CNET - Richard Nieva

    The lawsuit is the highest-profile case the US has brought against a tech company since the government went after Microsoft in the 1990s.

    Factbox: Key arguments in U.S. antitrust suit vs Google

    Factbox: Key arguments in U.S. antitrust suit vs Google

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    Reuters

    (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet Inc’s Google on Tuesday, claiming the $1 trillion company uses its market power to fend off rivals and said nothing was off the table, including a breakup of the internet search and advertising company. “Today, …

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    Google calls DOJ's antitrust lawsuit 'deeply flawed' in GIF-laden blog response
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    Google calls DOJ's antitrust lawsuit 'deeply flawed' in GIF-laden blog response

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