*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Is the antitrust vise around Google tightening in the United States? A previous chronicle might have raised doubts about this (Concurrences No. 3-2019, art. No. 91291, p. 211). We remember that in Google vs Marshall's Locksmith Service, the search engine had finally managed to escape antitrust proceedings thanks to the application of a special law: the Communications Decency Act. This decision gave the impression that the Californian company could peacefully enjoy its market power on the other side of the Atlantic... It must be said that before the year 2019, it was difficult to have a contrary assessment since the antitrust assaults were all launched
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