DOJ files second antitrust lawsuit against Google
US sues Google over digital advertising dominance
The government alleged in the complaint that Google is looking to "neutralize or eliminate" rivals in the online ad marketplace through acquisitions and to force advertisers to use its products by making it difficult to use competitors' offerings.
U.S. targets Google's online ad business monopoly in latest Big Tech lawsuit
The U.S. Justice Department accused Alphabet Inc's Google on Tuesday of abusing its dominance in digital advertising, threatening to dismantle a key business at the heart of one of Silicon Valley's most successful internet companies.
"Unlawful": US Sues Google For Abusing Dominance Over Online Ad Market
The US Justice Department sued Google on Tuesday for its dominance of the online advertising market, launching a fresh legal battle against the California-based tech giant. The federal antitrust suit accused Google of unlawfully maintaining a monopoly that had "corrupted legitimate competition in the ad tech industry." "Google has used anticompetitive, exclusionary, and unlawful means to eliminate or severely diminish any threat to its dominance…