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  2. Judge sets Nov deadlines for US antitrust case against Google  CNA
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The Justice Department’s antitrust case against Google bears a striking resemblance to the U.S. government lawsuit against Microsoft Corp. 20 years ago. Google is desperate not to make the same mistakes as its forerunner.Justice Department’s antitrust case against Google bears a striking resemblance to the U.S. government lawsuit against Microsoft

Google To Employees: Don’t ‘Get Distracted’ By Antitrust Case

Alphabet's Google must tell a district court how it will respond to a federal antitrust lawsuit by mid-November, with the two sides making ...Alphabet's Google must tell a district court how it will respond to a federal antitrust lawsuit by mid-November, with the two sides making ...

Judge sets Nov deadlines for US antitrust case against Google - CNA

A Justice Department lawsuit could result in Google being broken up, potentially separating businesses like Chrome, Android, and search.A Justice Department lawsuit could result in Google being broken up, potentially separating businesses like Chrome, Android, and search.

Here's what a Google breakup could look like, and how it could hurt it - Business Insider

Alphabet's Google must tell a district court how it will respond to a federal antitrust lawsuit by mid-November, with the two sides making initial disclosures later in the month, U.S. Judge Amit Mehta said in a brief order Friday.Alphabet's Google must tell a district court how it will respond to a federal antitrust lawsuit by mid-November, with the two sides making initial disclosures later in the month, U.S. Judge Amit Mehta said in a brief order Friday.

Judge sets November deadline for Google's initial response to U.S. antitrust case | Reuters

Alphabet's Google (GOOGL.O) must tell a district court how it will respond to a federal antitrust lawsuit by mid-November, with the two sides making initial disclosures later in the month, U.S. Judge Amit Mehta said in a brief order Friday.Alphabet's Google (GOOGL.O) must tell a district court how it will respond to a federal antitrust lawsuit by mid-November, with the two sides making initial disclosures later in the month, U.S. Judge Amit Mehta said in a brief order Friday.

Judge sets November deadline for Google's initial response to U.S. antitrust case | Article [AMP] | Reuters

The government says Google has monopoly power in three markets: general search services, search text advertising, and search advertising.The government says Google has monopoly power in three markets: general search services, search text advertising, and search advertising.

How the Google litigation may play out in US court - world news - Hindustan Times

Google and the US justice department are set to face each other in court on Friday for the first time since the government sued the company for illegally monopolising Internet search.

Google's epic antitrust battle begins: Here's how it could play out - TechCentral

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The U.S. Justice Department sued Google on Oct. 20, accusing the $1 trillion company of illegally using its market muscle to hobble rivals in the biggest challenge to the power and influence of Big Tech in decades.The U.S. Justice Department sued Google on Oct. 20, accusing the $1 trillion company of illegally using its market muscle to hobble rivals in the biggest challenge to the power and influence of Big Tech in decades.

Judge sets November deadline for Google’s initial response to U.S. antitrust case - The Hindu

WASHINGTON - Alphabet's Google must tell a district court how it will respond to a federal antitrust lawsuit by mid-November, with the two sides making initial disclosures later in the month, U.S. Judge Amit Mehta said in a brief order Friday.WASHINGTON - Alphabet's Google must tell a district court how it will respond to a federal antitrust lawsuit by mid-November, with the two sides making initial disclosures later in the month, U.S. Judge Amit Mehta said in a brief order Friday.

Judge sets November deadline for Google's initial response to U.S. antitrust case