Third antitrust suit filed against Google's parent Alphabet Inc: 7 facts to know
- The latest suit has justifiable arguments, and it could mark a critical turning point in forcing Google to change its practices when it comes to its search business.
A bipartisan group of 38 state attorneys general on Thursday sued Google parent Alphabet Inc., accusing it of antitrust violations. The regulators contend the internet giant leveraged its market dominance in the search-engine market to favor its own offerings over smaller competitors and maintain its monopoly.
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