Texas-led US State attorneys to sue Google on critical antitrust issue

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Texas-led US State attorneys to sue Google on critical antitrust issue

A perspicacious bunch of US State Attorney Generals led by Texas have been working out a lawsuit against the Alphabet Inc.-owned world’s No. 1 internet service provider, Google LLC. over potential antitrust issue, a person directly briefed over the subject-matter had unveiled on Friday, the 15th of May 2020, on condition of anonymity as the source was not authorized to speak publicly over the issue.

Aside from that, a Wall Street Journal report published on Friday (May 15th), which had been the first to shed lights over the Google lepers as claimed by the US Attorney Generals, had also added that the US Justice Department had been forging ahead with an antitrust case against the search engine Goliath as soon as by this summer.

In point of fact, latest media headlines on a potential antitrust case against the Google LLC came forth as a number of tech industry conglomerates such as Facebook Inc., Apple Inc. alongside Amazon.com Inc. and a many more had been under a cascade of caustic investigations over their approaches to defend market shares by adopting unfair measures.

Meanwhile, adding that the US State Attorney Generals had been talking to the firms hit by the online advertising industry megalith, the Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton who has been leading the multi-state probe, said in a statement on Friday (May 15th), “Our antitrust investigation into Google has not been slowed down by the coronavirus pandemic.

We hope to have the investigation wrapped up by fall. If we determine that filing is merited, we will go to court soon after that. ”