DOJ Ready To File Antitrust Suit Against Google: Report

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The Department of Justice is reportedly planning to file an antitrust lawsuit against Google.

Bloomberg News reported that the DOJ is unhappy with concessions the company offered to avoid a fine.

DOJ officials reportedly hold that Google restrictions on rival advertisers’ access to user data give the company an unfair advantage.

NewsBusters reported last month that Google offered to allow rival ads on YouTube to settle an investigation by the federal government.

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