By Chris Prentice
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A bunch of U.S. states led by Texas have filed an amended criticism in opposition to Alphabet Inc’s Google accusing the tech large of utilizing coercive techniques and breaking antitrust legal guidelines in its efforts to spice up its already dominant promoting enterprise.
The up to date allegations are the newest in an onslaught of regulatory scrutiny of Google over its practices. The tech firm faces a number of lawsuits, together with one by the Justice Division for monopolistic practices.
Earlier this week, Google misplaced an enchantment in opposition to a $2.8 billion European Union antitrust choice.
The amended U.S. lawsuit, filed in a federal courtroom in New York late Friday, accuses Google of utilizing monopolistic and coercive techniques with advertisers in its efforts to dominate and drive out competitors in internet advertising.