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Microsoft chief slams Google for its ‘monopoly’ over search engines and ‘devouring advertising revenue’

Addressing lawmakers on Friday at a House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee on news, Microsoft President Brad Smith was due to fire a shot at Google, telling representatives that media organizations are being forced to 'use Google's tools, operate on Google's ad exchanges, contribute data to Google's operations, and pay Google money,


Microsoft chief Brad Smith has criticized Google’s ‘monopoly’ over search engines at a a Congressional antitrust hearing.

On Friday, Smith addressed lawmakers about Google’s role in gutting the media industry’s advertisement revenue.

He told the House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee media organizations…

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