Sundar Pichai Defends Google’s “Monopolization” of Search Results

In the most significant antitrust case in the last quarter century, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai recently testified about the tech giant’s practices, shedding light on alleged anti-competitive behavior. The Department of Justice contends that Google pays substantial sums to tech companies, including Apple, to secure its position as the default search engine on their smartphones, effectively stifling competition.
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Pichai defended Google’s actions, emphasizing the company’s commitment to providing users with a seamless and superior search experience. He stated, “We are working very, very hard for any …