Judge rules against Google, allows antitrust case to proceed 

A federal judge has rejected a motion from Google to toss out the government’s antitrust case against it. Judge Leonie Brinkema ruled Friday that the lawsuit alleging Google wields monopolistic power in the world of online advertising can proceed in its entirety. /ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO / MARCIO JOSE SANCCHEZ
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) – A federal judge on Friday rejected a motion from Google to toss out the government's antitrust case against it.  U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema ruled the lawsuit alleging Google wields monopolistic power in the world of online advertising can proceed in its entirety.  Her ruling is the second setback for Google…

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