Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.

Apple deal could have been “suicide” for Google, company lawyer says

Judge: What should Google have done to avoid the DOJ’s crosshairs?

Halfway through the first day of closing arguments in the Department of Justice’s big antitrust trial against Google, US District Judge Amit Mehta posed the question that likely many Google users have pondered over years of DOJ claims that Google’s market dominance has harmed users.

“What should Google have done to remain outside the crosshairs of the DOJ?” Mehta asked plaintiffs halfway through the first of two full days of closing arguments.  More…


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