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US Department of Justice to investigate with Google on Antitrust

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Izaan Zubair
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Two familiar sources revealed that the US Department of Justice, intends to investigate with Google to determine whether the company has violated the antitrust law in how to run their business online or not.

According to the officials from the antitrust department of the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission, both implementing the antitrust law, met in recent weeks to give the judiciary jurisdiction over Google, while one source said the investigation focused on allegations that Google gave preference to its companies Special searches.

The report pointed out that the US Federal Trade Commission had investigated with Google many years ago, but this time will be delegated to the Ministry of Justice so, after the end of the investigation in 2013, the Federal Trade Commission unanimously decided that Google did not violate any anti-monopoly laws, The company offered biased research results, but the Wall Street Journal said in its report now: The Department of Justice’s Antimonopoly Division is “laying the groundwork for the investigation.”

NBFI

The move comes as the Department of Justice, while Google and other Silicon Valley giants face a renewed antitrust review in the United States.

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