Banned network is suing Google

Google | Sep 29, 2017 | Master3395

Gab stands out with anti-monopoly legislation.

August 18, we announced that Google chose to ban the Gab app from the Play Store due to "hateful language", on behalf of its advertisers. Now, Gab gets back with litigation.

- Abuses his monopoly
It is the court in the eastern district of the state of Pennsylvania Gab has sued the search and ad giant for monopoly business.

Gab's lawyer Marc Randazza has the following to say:

"Google Play and Android have monopoly in the app store market. Google Apps YouTube and Google+ compete directly with Gab. Google's intimate partnership with Twitter, which also competes with Gab, makes Google's control of all Android apps through the Play Store a serious restriction on free trade. "

Gab boss Andrew Torba claims "Google is the biggest threat to the free flow of information. Gab started the war against the major technology companies in the open marketplace, but their monopoly behavior forces us to bring the fight to the courtroom. "

Keywords: gab, google, politics

Sources: Medium

Author: Master3395


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