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https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020...rust-lawsuits-against-google-coming-in-weeks/

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton recently stated that tech giant Google could face additional antitrust lawsuits from multiple states “in the upcoming weeks and months.”

Yahoo Finance reports that Google could be facing additional lawsuits from multiple states “in the upcoming weeks and months,” according to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. Multiple states are reportedly examining antitrust concerns related to the company’s search monopoly. A 48-state probe of the company was launched in 2019.
 
Add the YouTube election BS to the ix and a splash of Congressional Section 230 review and a splash of SCOTUS.
 
Don’t forget that Falwell was banging a Chinese spy while accusing Trump of Russia Russia Russia, hunter biden is under federal investigation now, and the fbi admitted that they have had Seth Rich’s laptop since he was murdered several years ago. It’s been a busy day.
 
Don’t forget that Falwell was banging a Chinese spy while accusing Trump of Russia Russia Russia, hunter biden is under federal investigation now, and the fbi admitted that they have had Seth Rich’s laptop since he was murdered several years ago. It’s been a busy day.

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Don’t forget that Falwell was banging a Chinese spy while accusing Trump of Russia Russia Russia, hunter biden is under federal investigation now, and the fbi admitted that they have had Seth Rich’s laptop since he was murdered several years ago. It’s been a busy day.

I sure you meant to say Swallowswell .:lmao:
 
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Don’t forget that Falwell was banging a Chinese spy while accusing Trump of Russia Russia Russia, hunter biden is under federal investigation now, and the fbi admitted that they have had Seth Rich’s laptop since he was murdered several years ago. It’s been a busy day.

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Some one has to find the nekids >>>..:laughing:
 
i like this ken paxton guy. fighting the good fight.

Ken Paxton is under indictment over securities fraud and is also facing an FBI investigation on bribery and abuse of office allegations. So, his purposes may be to get a pardon in advance of his future issues.
 
Ken Paxton is under indictment over securities fraud and is also facing an FBI investigation on bribery and abuse of office allegations. So, his purposes may be to get a pardon in advance of his future issues.

You wouldn’t suggest that an allegation is an indication of guilt in this case, given you insist that allegations of voter fraud are bs.... right?
 
Great, more government sticking its nose in private business.

I dunno how to feel about anti-monopoly shit.

on one hand it is the government doing government things, always a recipe for shitty solutions
on the other, if a company is able to control the flow of information as much as the ridicu-big companies now are able to, what other form of recourse do we have?
 
You wouldn’t suggest that an allegation is an indication of guilt in this case, given you insist that allegations of voter fraud are bs.... right?

baised on his posts in other threads, she's too retarded to respond to.
 
Ken Paxton is under indictment over securities fraud and is also facing an FBI investigation on bribery and abuse of office allegations. So, his purposes may be to get a pardon in advance of his future issues.


read up on the allegations. It’s a fuster cluck. The special prosecutors should go to jail IMO billing the tax payers 300/hr and accomplishing nothing.
 
You do realize that Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Amazon, YouTube, TikToc, (insert any other I can't give a fuck about right now), plus all of the cell phone carriers are bigger than any .gov agency, including the NSA, FBI and the CIA. How do you think they get their information from?
 
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I dunno how to feel about anti-monopoly shit.

on one hand it is the government doing government things, always a recipe for shitty solutions
on the other, if a company is able to control the flow of information as much as the ridicu-big companies now are able to, what other form of recourse do we have?

Anti-trust is the exception to the rule. Once a company is big enough, it's good for nobody. No question have these tech companies need to be broken up.

Imagine working your whole life to grow your business, making smart decisions, beating out your competition, gaining swaths of investors who believe in your future and rising to the pinnacle of success, only to have the government; whom helped and supported you in the first place, tell you you've done too good of a job.

If a private citizen doesn't support what a business is doing, then that citizen doesn't have to patronize that business.
 
You do realize that Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Amazon, YouTube, TikToc, (insert any other I can't give a fuck about right now), plus all of the cell phone carriers are bigger than any .gov agency, including the NSA, FBI and the CIA. How do you think they get their information from?

Do you realize that your question sounds retarded?
 
Imagine working your whole life to grow your business, making smart decisions, beating out your competition, gaining swaths of investors who believe in your future and rising to the pinnacle of success, only to have the government; whom helped and supported you in the first place, tell you you've done too good of a job.

If a private citizen doesn't support what a business is doing, then that citizen doesn't have to patronize that business.

How can you function in modern day society and not do business with Google? And to a lesser extent, Facebook?

these aint mom and pop businesses that ol' Jimbo has been opening up every morning at 6am. All those were shut down by government, either through the rona or tax regs to favor big business.
 
Imagine working your whole life to grow your business, making smart decisions, beating out your competition, gaining swaths of investors who believe in your future and rising to the pinnacle of success, only to have the government; whom helped and supported you in the first place, tell you you've done too good of a job.

If a private citizen doesn't support what a business is doing, then that citizen doesn't have to patronize that business.

Standard Oil......for example.
 
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