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  1. September 02, 2021

    Dems Call For Criminal Inquiry Into Google-Facebook Ad Deal

    Democratic U.S. senators Elizabeth Warren and Richard Blumenthal urged the U.S. Department of Justice to open its own investigation into 'Jedi Blue,' a 2018 agreement between Google and Facebook that allegedly sought to kill competitive bidding for advertising space.

  2. August 31, 2021

    Google Play Store Cases Eyeing Fall 2022 Trial

    Google and the people suing it for allegedly monopolizing its Android Play Store "are not far apart" on when they think the trial should kick off, but the tech behemoth is pushing for an October 2022 start date while the plaintiffs want to start a month sooner.

  3. August 25, 2021

    Judge Rejects Most Of Google's Bid To Shield Play Store Info

    A California federal court on Wednesday largely rejected Google's request to keep portions of three complaints accusing it of antitrust violations over its Play Store sealed but agreed to shield some information about specific deal terms.

  4. August 23, 2021

    Google Wants Play Store Info Shielded Despite Epic Unsealing

    Google is asking a California federal court for a chance to keep portions of three complaints accusing it of antitrust violations over its Play Store sealed after developer Epic Games lodged an unredacted version of its complaint.

  5. July 08, 2021

    Google Vs. The World: 4 Gov't Suits, 3 EU Fines And Counting

    The attorneys general of Washington, D.C., and 36 states have now brought the number of U.S. enforcer lawsuits against Google to four, in an international pileup of investigations, enforcement actions, private litigation and lawmaker scrutiny. Here, Law360 breaks down the different aspects of Google's business that have come under fire in the United States and Europe.

  6. July 07, 2021

    37 AGs Hit Google With Antitrust Suit Over Android App Store

    Attorneys general from 36 states and Washington, D.C., slammed Google LLC with an antitrust suit in California federal court Wednesday, alleging that the search giant effectively forces Android users and application developers to use its app store while collecting "extravagant" commissions on app purchases.

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