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You don't need a search engine to see why Google won't lose this lawsuit

WorldNews Saturday, 24 October 2020
You don't need a search engine to see why Google won't lose this lawsuitSo, in the dying days of Trump’s first term, the US Department of Justice (DoJ) has finally taken Google to court. Attorney general William Barr, in conjunction with the AGs of 11 states, has filed a 58-page complaint under the Sherman Act “to restrain Google LLC (Google) from unlawfully maintaining...
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