Below is the first part of an article by Kyla Asbury from legalnewsline.com. It reads…

SAN JOSE, Calif. (Legal Newsline) – Two men have filed a class action lawsuit against Google, claiming it has monopolized Internet and mobile searches in the United States.

The lawsuit alleges that Google’s monopoly of the United States’ market for Internet and mobile searches stems from the company’s purchasing of Android mobile operating system to maintain and expand its monopoly by pre-loading its own suite of applications onto the devices by way of secret Mobile Application Distribution Agreements. “Internet search has made Google the largest, and the most profitable, web-centric company in America,” the complaint states.Gary Feitelson, a Kentucky resident, and Daniel McKee, an Iowa resident, claim a Google search is the Internet’s most powerful took and “to Google” has become synonymous with searching the Internet.

Source: http://legalnewsline.com/issues/class-action/248980-class-action-filed-against-google-for-alleged-monopoly-on-internet-searches

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