Google’s Antitrust Woes Linger With An Epic Defeat
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Epic Games prevailed in its closely watched antitrust trial against Google this week, convincing a California federal jury that Google’s app store functions as an illegal monopoly that jacks up prices for app developers and smothers competition. This week on Pro Say we sift through the huge defeat for Google that, if upheld on appeal could transform the entire app store economy and mark a pivotal moment as the tech giant faces a slew of other antitrust suits that figure to heat up in the coming months. Also this week, the Supreme Court agrees to hear a high-stakes dispute over a lower court judge’s controversial decision to block the FDA’s decades-old approval of a common abortion drug; and a former Greenberg Traurig patent attorney escalates his defamation battle against a TikTok influencer who claims protection as a “citizen journalist.” And finally, the hosts prepare to take the Bard Exam as the Michigan attorney general leans on Shakespeare in a testy environmental case.
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