Whether the 'Google search bias' violates the antitrust law, the attorneys general will discuss

by Simon

The U.S. Department of Justice and the State Attorney General reported on February 4, 2020 local time that Google was suspected of violating antitrust law (antitrust law) regarding Google search bias and Android OS advertisement / management. The consultation has been disclosed by stakeholders.

Justice Department meeting state AG offices Tuesday to discuss Google: sources-Reuters

US Justice Dept meeting state AG offices Tuesday to discuss Google-sources | Nasdaq

According to officials, the talks will start in the afternoon, with attorneys from six or seven states, including Texas, planning to participate. Google's advertising business was allegedly infringing antitrust laws, and since 2019 it has revealed that the Department of Justice and state attorneys will investigate.

In July 2019, the Department of Justice said, `` We are considering whether market-leading online platforms have achieved market power and reduced competition, hindered innovation, or otherwise harmed. 'The Department of Justice survey looks at the wide range of concerns consumers, businesses and entrepreneurs have expressed about search, social media and online retail services.' Although it did not announce the name of a typical company, it revealed that it was considering a survey of giant technologies such as Google, Amazon, Facebook-companies.

U.S. Department of Justice to conduct investigation on antitrust violations against Google, Amazon, Facebook, etc.- GIGAZINE

Investigations into the company have since been conducted by the Department of Justice, as well as by the Federal Trade Commission, the Attorney General, and the Attorney General's House of Representatives. You.

Senator Elizabeth Warren, who will compete against Trump in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, has stated that giant companies like Google, Amazon and Facebook should be `` dismantled '', and the hit against giant technology companies It is growing.

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