DoJ to file antitrust lawsuit against Google this fall for ‘illegally dominating digital ad market’

Justice Department is set to file ANOTHER antitrust lawsuit against Google as soon as next month for illegally dominating the digital advertising market

  • Investigators have for years been looking into Google’s monopoly on internet access and domination of the online advertising sphere
  • Now the Department of Justice is readying to sue the California-based company, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, with a case likely filed in September
  • Prosecutors are yet to decide whether to file the case in Washington DC or in NYC, where state attorneys general have their own antitrust case related
  • Google has already been sued for allegedly dominating the online search market: the case, filed in December 2020, will have its latest hearing this month
  • Google spokesperson Peter Schottenfels defended ‘the enormous competition’ for digital adverts and said Google supported small businesses

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