DOJ to Probe Online Ad Dominance of Google – a Far Left Tech Giant That Regularly Discriminates Against Conservatives
It is common knowledge that Google is vehemently anti-conservative.
Google adjusts their search results to eliminate conservative voices and conservative publishers.
Google and Facebook also dominate the online advertising with 80% of the entire ad market.
Google also targets conservative publishers and will not allow users to find conservative stories in their search results.
A Gateway Pundit reader sent a clear example of how Google is stifling results to The Gateway Pundit.
But now the DOJ may investigate Google’s online dominance.
Google can literally ruin an online publisher on a whim.
Ad tech firms and publishers have had to stay in the good graces of Google or risk insolvency.
That is why the U.S. Department of Justice is examining the dominance of Alphabet Inc’s Google in online advertising as part of a potential antitrust investigation, two sources told Reuters.
Google’s control over the market has long hurt the profits of smaller advertising technology companies who must appease the No. 1 online ad firm to be profitable, and online publishers who need Google’s search reach and ad tools to build an audience and make money on their content.
The ad market is just one of several areas of possible inquiry.
Google has declined to comment on the potential investigation, but has repeatedly said that it acts in the best interest of its users and offers sufficient warning to industry partners potentially affected by its moves.
Google is expected to capture 37% of the $129 billion spent on online ads in the United States in 2019, compared to 22% for No. 2 Facebook Inc and 10% for No. 3 Amazon.com Inc , according to ad research firm eMarketer.