Daily Mail Files Anti-Trust Lawsuit Against Google, Says Tech Giant Retaliated After Seeking Non-Google Ad Options

The Daily Mail says its search visibility has been deranked by Google



UK-based news outlet The Daily Mail has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google, citing among many other things, the coverage of the Royal Family. The tech giant, which has a monopoly in the search engine and ads market, is facing antitrust lawsuits by the Justice Department and several state attorneys general.

“This lawsuit is to hold Google to account for their continued anti-competitive behavior including manipulation of ad auctions and news search results, bid-rigging, algorithm bias and exploiting its market power to harm their advertising rivals,” a Daily Mail spokesperson said in a statement.

The lawsuit, filed at a Manhattan federal court, accuses Google of manipulating search results depending on how much a publisher spends on ads through the search giant.

We obtained a copy of the lawsuit for you here.

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