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The US has a good record on fighting monopolies. Now it’s Google’s turn – The Guardian

The tech giant claims that no one is forced to use its search engine. All power to regulators set on proving otherwise

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Sundar Pichai, chief executive of Alphabet, Googles parent company, is a mild-mannered software engineer who is not good at games of verbal fisticuffs with US politicians. He received a drubbing last month during the big tech congressional hearing.
Pichai can, however, summon lawyers and lobbyists galore as soon as the game gets more serious, which it definitely has. The US Department of Justice (DoJ) last week launched a huge and historic antitrust case against Google, accusing the tech company…

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