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DOJ Seriously Coming After Google

If I were Don’t Be Evil, Inc, I would be worried.

While the Democrats are obsessed with intimidating Facebook into censoring conservatives while spreading nonsense and lies about foreign interference, AG Barr has been keeping his eye on the ball. Google controls internet search and it’s transformed from some libertarian tendencies to a radical leftist indoctrination factory. Meanwhile Google has been making a mockery of anti-trust law.

And the DOJ is focusing in on Google’s profit center, advertising, and where its anti-trust violations are at their most blatant.

The Justice Department has reached out to more than a dozen companies in its antitrust probe of Google, including publishers, advertising technology firms and advertising agencies, as the company’s online ad tools become a major focus of the investigation, according to people familiar with the matter.

In recent months, the department has been posing increasingly detailed questions—to Google’s rivals and executives inside the company itself—about how Google’s third-party advertising business interacts with publishers and advertisers, the people say. That digital business was built largely on the company’s 2008 acquisition of the ad-technology firm DoubleClick.

Read the full story from Front Page Mag

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