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Google Antitrust Trial: CEO Sundar Pichai to Testify on Dodging Discovery with Private Messaging

Google CEO Sundar Pichai is set to testify Monday in Washington, DC, where he will reportedly be questioned about encouraging his employees to keep their messages private. The company has a long-documented history of frustrating legal discovery by using private messaging tools that don’t keep logs of conversations. A lawyer for the DOJ explained in court, “So what did Google do? They destroyed documents for years because they knew their conduct violated the antitrust laws. They turned history off, Your Honor, so that they could rewrite it here in this courtroom.”

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5 Key Takeaways from the Google Antitrust Trial

In courtroom drama that has captured the attention of the tech industry and regulators alike — despite the veil of secrecy imposed over the trial — Google finds itself in the halfway mark of a landmark antitrust trial. The case against Google centers on its monopolistic abuse of power over not only its search engine, but also its advertising business and massive payouts to device companies to maintain its stranglehold on the market.

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Google Antitrust Trial: Expert Witness Claims Internet Giant Manipulates Consumers with Default Settings

In the latest twist in the landmark Google antitrust trial, experts have testified that the internet giant’s default search engine settings could be manipulating user choices, a claim that could have far-reaching implications for the tech industry. One expert witness explained, “If I can move your eyes, if I can manipulate your fixations, I can manipulate your choices quite a bit.”

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Dr. Robert Epstein: Google Sways Elections, Indoctrinates Children

One of the most powerful companies in the world may have swung millions of votes for the Democrats in many elections, with no repercussions whatsoever. According to psychologist and Big Tech researcher Dr. Robert Epstein, that is what Google is doing every day, but especially around election time.

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Unholy Alliance: Google Joins Facebook in Blocking News Stories in Canada

Following a similar decision by Facebook (now known as Meta), Google announced plans to block all news links in Canada following the passage of Bill C-18, the Online News Act, a corporate welfare package for the legacy media industry that would force tech companies to pay big media companies for linking to their content.

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‘Not Quite Happy:’ Google Realizes Reddit Blackout Was a Disaster for Search Engine

When Reddit, the self-proclaimed “frontpage of the intenet” faced a wave of protests from users who blocked their content as part of a sitewide blackout, an unintended side effect emerged — the quality of Google search results dropped significantly for users seeking effective answers to questions. Google executives have realized that users are “not quite happy” and are desperately trying to improve their search engine in response.

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