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An “unrealistic” offer for Google Revenue Sharing Docs Mires DOJ

By Bryan Koenig (Jan. 7, 2022, 7:09 p.m. EST) – A federal judge in DC said on Friday that the US Department of Justice was “unrealistic” in requiring Google to reveal the “methodology” used to calculate what it is ready to pay by phone. businesses and mobile operators to make Google search their default when payments are largely the result of one-on-one negotiations.

During a remote status conference, U.S. District Judge Amit P. Mehta referred the DOJ and Google to the negotiating table to determine how the internet giant can provide a written response outlining certain considerations that come under the terms of revenue sharing. agreements at the heart of the accusations he uses …

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