38 states of the USA filed a monopoly lawsuit against Google. This lawsuit filed against the “Google Search” service used all over the world seems to put Google in trouble. According to the authorities, Google aims to harm and monopolize its competitors with internet search results.
US-based tech giant Google faces three new monopoly cases. The cases filed jointly in 38 states of the USA include the search service offered by the company worldwide. According to the claims of the authorities, while presenting search results, Google harms its competitors and puts its own services forward. According to allegations, Google does not prefer anyone other than itself as the default search engine for its voice assistant.
It is stated that Google aims to monopolize the lawsuits of the authorities. According to the information contained in the written documents, Google wants to eliminate its competitors and leave consumers to itself.
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Google made a remarkable statement about the lawsuits filed. Expressing that they know how important it is to examine large companies, Google stated that they are ready to contribute to the court process. Arguing that the purpose of the case is not monopoly, Google states that if the main thing is done, namely the redesign of the search results, it will be difficult for consumers to find what they are looking for directly.
The lawsuit filed in the USA is administered by the states of Colorado and Nebraska. Other states involved in the case include major governments such as North Carolina, Utah, Arizona, Lowa, Tennessee, and New York. The steps are thought to support another case filed by the US Department of Justice in October that directly targeted Google. Time will tell how the cases will end.