Report: DOJ Ready to Charge Google over Search Monopoly

Report: DOJ Ready to Charge Google over Search Monopoly


A recent report alleges that the Justice Department plans to charge Google with violating antitrust laws this week in the largest action taken against a U.S. tech firm in two decades.

Axios reports that insiders expect that the Justice Department will charge Google with violating antitrust laws as early as this week in what could be the biggest action taken by the government against a U.S. tech firm in decades.

The suit will reportedly focus on the company’s monopolistic behavior and could target the company’s advertising business which the Justice Department has also been investigating. Politico reports that one remedy proposal under discussion is to require Google to sell its Chrome web browser.

Breitbart News recently reported that a report from top Democratic Congressional lawmakers about the Masters of the Universe including Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google, determined that the companies engage in a range of anti-competitive behavior and that antitrust

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