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Antitrust class-action lawsuit launched against Google

Briefs | 05/02/2014 3:06 pm EDT

An antitrust class-action lawsuit in the U.S. has been filed against Google Inc., claiming the search engine illegally monopolized and stagnated the American market for Internet and mobile search.

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