Restaurants sue Google over delivery app priority

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A Florida restaurant group has sued Google for allegedly prioritizing food delivery apps over directing users to an establishment’s own website.The lawsuit, filed in Northern California District Court on March 8 by Left Field Holdings, alleges that Google would allow users to place an order through search directly via an “order online” button that takes users to another Google ordering webpage, where orders are sold to food delivery companies.

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