The Justice Department is suing Google for allegedly leveraging its market power to block competition illegally. In the most significant challenge to a big tech company in decades, prosecutors say Google pays phone manufacturers to make its search engine users’ default, among other charges. Amna Nawaz talks to Dipayan Ghosh of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Digital Platforms & Democracy Project.
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