Google: survey of antitrust by 50 prosecutors-u.s.
Fifty prosecutors in the united states have launched a joint investigation will be paid by Google for alleged anti-competitive practices. Confirmed the news to the Attorney General of Texas, Ken Paxton, speaking on behalf of all other powers of attorney. And' an investigation of bipartisan, since almost all the States and districts in the u.s. are taking part in the initiative (48 States, plus the district of Columbia and puerto Rico) are excluded, the State of California (where Google has its headquarters), and that of Alabama.
There are two main activities carried out by Google to scrutiny by the authorities: the management of advertisements, and the use of the data of the end users - in both cases, the suspect is to be carried out with abuse of dominant position. The survey will travel in parallel and in an independent manner with respect to the other conduct at the federal level by the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and also involves other web giants (Facebook, Apple, and Amazon).
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