A coalition of more than 40 state attorneys general is expected to launch an antitrust investigation into Google, The Washington Post reports. The impending announcement comes after New York State Attorney General Letitia James announced her office will lead an antitrust probe against Facebook. The Google investigation will look at the tech company’s influence on startups and its use of personal information. “The growth of these [tech] companies has outpaced our ability to regulate them in a way that enhances competition,” Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said. Meanwhile, The New York Times looks at how Microsoft has been able to avoid the backlash other tech companies have faced thus far.
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