Federal Judge Schedules Google Trial for 2023

Allows time for reviewers to peruse extensive documents.

Two months ago, the Justice Department filed a landmark case against Google, claiming that the company had intentionally and illegally stifled competition through its search engine. Google has continued to insist that it has done nothing wrong, but U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta scheduled a trial for the tentative date of Sept. 12, 2023.

The Justice Department had hoped that this case would be resolved quickly, but the mountains of documents recording Google’s inner workings since its founding in 1998 do not facilitate such an expedient resolution. The complexity of the issue requires that all evidence be sorted through before the beginning of such an important trial.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For the Justice Department as they mitigate monopolization in the marketplace.
  • For Judge Mehta as they set up the elements required to move this case forward.
  • That the federal government would uphold fairness and justice in Silicon Valley.

Sources: AP, CNBC


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