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Google's response to Department of justice antitrust litigation: serious loopholes

via:新浪科技     time:2020/10/21 0:04:51     readed:116

According to reports, in response to the antitrust lawsuit filed by the US Department of justice today, Google later said that there were serious loopholes in the lawsuit."There are serious loopholes in the lawsuit filed by the Justice Department today," a Google spokesman said in a statement. People use Google by their own choice, not by force. They can't find other alternatives. We will issue a more comprehensive statement later. "

Last July, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that it would take measures against Google, Facebook, andAppleAnd Amazon launched a large-scale antitrust investigation to determine whether the four technology giants participated in antitrust competition.

Earlier today, the Justice Department and 11 states formally filed antitrust lawsuits against Google, accusing it of violating fair competition law by using its dominant market position to crack down on competitors.

At today's news conference, U.S. Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen (Jeffrey Rosen) said the Justice Department began reviewing the digital platform in 2019, and today's lawsuit is a milestone, but not an end point.

Rosen also said that the Department of justice will continue to investigate the dominant Internet platform to assess whether there is potential misconduct.

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