Joseph Farah lists multiple lawsuits against search giant, considers filing one himself
Did you know Donald Trump and the state of Florida are not the only ones suing Google?
A group of 36 states – and that’s a majority by my count – have sued Google in an anti-trust case challenging the company’s control over its Android app store, opening a new front in efforts to rein in the search monopoly.
Even Washington, D.C. – almost a state – has joined the suit.
The lawsuit, filed in California federal court and led by Utah, North Carolina, Tennessee, New York, Arizona, Colorado, Iowa and Nebraska, is the latest in a series of major antitrust cases filed against the tech industry’s biggest forces, after years of brewing unhappiness with the growing wealth and power of Silicon Valley.