BY JAMES SCOTT/ AUG 6, 2023

Federal Judge has Limited The Antitrust Case's Allegations Against Google in Preparation for The Trial

Google has just been granted a temporary stay of execution in one of the antitrust lawsuits filed against the business.

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The Department of Justice (DOJ) and other important states were unable to prove that Google defends a monopoly by favoring its products in search results over those of competitors, according to a ruling made by a federal judge named Amit Mehta.

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In accordance with the judgment, the plaintiffs have failed to demonstrate that there is an "anticompetitive effect."

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Antitrust accusations about Android's compatibility and anti-fragmentation agreements, Google Assistant, Internet of Things devices, and the Android Open Source Project were all dismissed by Judge Mehta.

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ACCORDING TO JUDGE MEHTA, the DOJ can still present its final arguments. Notably, officials assert that Google is abusing its position of power by striking deals with Android makers that require them to pre-load Google applications and set Google as the default search engine on their mobile browsers.

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The Department of Justice and individual states are concerned that this will prevent competitors like Bing and DuckDuckGo from gaining considerable market share.

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