Expert explains why Google’s anti-monopoly trial is unnecessary

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By Ian Krietzberg The trial for the U.S. Department of Justice’s anti-monopoly case against Google is set to begin Sept. 12. The DOJ will spend the next few months laying out exactly how the tech giant allegedly violated U.S. anti-monopoly law in signing deals that made its search engine the default for a wide swath of internet users. Google (GOOG) – Get Free Report meanwhile will be working to prove that its actions as the dominant search engine — its share of the search engine market has been parked at around 90% for the past year, according to data from Similarweb — are not anti-competitive…

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