An MLex special report rounding up our coverage of the most important US antitrust case in two decades. We look in detail at the impact of US Department of Justice charges that Google’s longstanding agreements with Apple and Android phonemakers to make its search engine the default on their devices have made it too difficult for search rivals to compete.
It would be hard to overstate the importance of the US government’s lawsuit targeting Google over allegations that its longstanding agreements with Apple and Android phonemakers to make its search engine the default on their devices have made it too difficult for search rivals to compete.
The long-awaited Department of Justice action is the most significant antitrust case to affect Big Tech since the 1998 suit against Microsoft, and when it finally dropped last week, the news reverberated around the world.
MLex has watched closely since it emerged a year ago that the DOJ was putting a lawsuit together, and covered the filing with comprehensive depth and breadth — as demonstrated by this special report, which features the key insight and analysis that we published to our subscribers in the hours after the news.
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