Google agrees to team up with Facebook antitrust action, draft lawsuit: report

The Wall Street Journal reported late Monday that Facebook and Google will “cooperate and help each other” if their agreement to work together on online advertising is investigated. The journal reported a red-handed version of a lawsuit filed by 10 states against Google last week. Google has been accused of working illegally with its Facebook, violating the no-confidence law to boost the already dominant online advertising business.

According to Report, The suit said that Google And Facebook They knew their deal could trigger infidelity investigations and discussed how to deal with them. A Google spokeswoman told The Journal that such deals on antitrust threats are common.

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, said the red-backed draft version of the lawsuit, which the journal reviewed, had reached an agreement with Google. The draft version also cites an email to Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg and other executives saying “this is a strategically big deal.”

Facebook did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.

Silicon Valley is working behind the scenes to gain senior roles for tech allies in less-known, yet important parts of the administration of President-elect Joe Biden. Reported By Reuters. Executives and employees of alphabet-owned tech companies such as Google, Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft are pressuring candidates to hold senior positions in government agencies, according to four sources.

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