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The antitrust trial against Google Search starts today — here’s what to expect

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From The Verge:

TL;DR: Google is set to face a 10-week trial brought by the US Department of Justice and a coalition of states over allegations of anticompetitive behavior related to its dominance in search. The case centers around Google's deals with browser and phone makers, particularly Apple, which is said to have received billions of dollars for default placement of Google in Safari. The trial could have significant implications for Google's future and may signal a new era of tougher antitrust enforcement against Big Tech companies. The outcome could also impact the balance of power in the AI arms race. The trial is expected to feature testimony from Google's senior leadership and potentially Apple executives as well. The result of the trial could range from a possible breakup of Google to restrictions on the company's ability to make exclusive deals for default search placement.

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