WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 (Reuters) – The U.S. Department of Justice is reading a second monopolistic lawsuit against Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL.O), Google, according to Bloomberg News on Wednesday. Case.
The Justice Department accused Google in October of illegally stealing $ 1 trillion from its market capitalization. The trial is set for September 2023.
A spokesman for the Department of Justice declined to comment.
When asked about the report, Google responded by email: “Advertising technologies allow websites and apps to fund their content, grow small businesses, and protect users from exploited privacy practices and bad advertising practices.”
Google has abused its market power in order to gain control of cars, televisions and loudspeakers, as the search engine is on the phone in 38 U.S. states and territories. This is reinforced with federal prosecutions for discovery purposes.
Texas has filed a separate lawsuit against Google for violating anti-religious law in its state-sponsored online advertising campaign.
Reuters reports that the plan to block the so-called “cookie” tool will target U.S. Department of Justice investigators questioning the advertising industry, citing sources familiar with the matter. Read more
Reported by Eva Matthews in Bengalguru and Washington by David P Persson; Edited by Aditya Sony and Richard Chang
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