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Google sued by DOJ in antitrust case over search dominance – CNBC

The lawsuit marks the first major antitrust lawsuit against a technology company since the DOJ’s case against Microsoft in the late ’90s.



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The Department of Justice filed its antitrust lawsuit against Google Tuesday, focusing on the tech giant’s dominance in online search.
Eleven Republican state attorneys general have joined the DOJ as plaintiffs in the case: Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, South Carolina and Texas, according to an open docket of the case filed Tuesday morning.
Google’s stock barely moved following news of the suit. Shares were slightly positive as of Tue…

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