U.S. v. Google: Federal Judge Pokes and Prods DOJ’s and Google’s Closing Arguments in Search Monopoly Case

Published on May 02, 2024

U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta today challenged DOJ to show that Google’s (GOOG) position as operator of the world’s most popular search engine has led to lower-quality results while grilling the company about the competitive impact of the billions it pays partners to make its search engine the default on their devices.

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