Department of Justice calls Google ‘monopolist’ in its antitrust lawsuit

The US Depart­ment of Jus­tice has filed an anti-trust law­suit against Google for alleged­ly vio­lat­ing antitrust laws, just as mul­ti­ple pub­li­ca­tions had report­ed ear­li­er today. And the DoJ is not minc­ing any words here, call­ing Google a “monop­o­list” that vio­lat­ed antitrust laws to trounce the competition.

The civ­il antitrust law­suit, filed in the U.S. Dis­trict Court for the Dis­trict of Colum­bia, aims to “stop Google from unlaw­ful­ly main­tain­ing monop­o­lies through anti­com­pet­i­tive and exclu­sion­ary prac­tices in the search and search adver­tis­ing markets.”

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