The DOJ’s weak antitrust case against Google

In Politics by Michael Rae

Is Google engaging in anticompetitive behavior, or is it simply the best choice out there? A U.S. Department of Justice antitrust lawsuit against Google starts tomorrow.  

The case, USA v. Google, launched in 2020 when the state of Colorado filed a lawsuit claiming that Google used anticompetitive means to achieve its high market share. Since then, several other states and the Department of Justice have added several more antitrust claims, and the case is set to be heard starting Sept. 12.

Plaintiffs are asking the court to invalidate Google’s default search engine status across multiple platforms, as well as demanding changes