Does Android stifle competition? DOJ antitrust chief says Google could be investigated
Makan Delrahim, President Trump's antitrust chief at the U.S. Dept. of Justice, told congressmen this week that Google could very well find itself the subject of an antitrust investigation focused on its Android mobile operating system.
That's according to two sources who confirmed the news to the New York Post, with one of them adding: "I think Makan's comments were fairly significant."
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