Class Action Lawsuit Claims Apple Being Paid By Google To Stay Out Of Search Engine Business

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Those behind a class action lawsuit filed in the US claim that two Big Tech behemoths – Google and Apple – are colluding to violate antitrust legislation.

The lawsuit names both corporations as defendants, while the plaintiffs claim billions of dollars are changing hands between them in secret deals, ultimately aimed at cementing their dominant market positions.

We obtained a copy of the lawsuit complaint for you here.

The case focuses on the search business, citing reports that emerged last year of Google paying Apple as much as $15 billion in order to remain the default search engine on Apple’s Safari browser on all devices.

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