Missouri Attorney General Takes On Google, the Most Powerful Company in the History of the World

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley
Google is the largest internet company, it shapes how we understand the world, and it can make entire events disappear from history.  Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is investigating Google for consumer protection and anti-trust violations.  Google could be legally collecting the personal information of residents in Missouri and also could be favoring preferred companies in search results.  Peter Theil, the co-founder of PayPal donated $300,000 to AG Hawley’s campaign fund, and some are speculating he is trying to break up Google. -GEG

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