In a trial far, far away: The Tipline for 26 February 2021
The Department of Justice and Google may very well spend the next several years trying to define a relevant antitrust market related to search services. Right now, the litigating parties are struggling just to define the search terms of the DOJ’s next batch of discovery. The government says the matter is only further complicated by Google’s tendency to sometimes speak in coded Star Wars references. In today’s Tipline, we have the latest from GCR Interactive plus highlights from the House antitrust subcommittee’s first day of hearings on proposals for antitrust reform.
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