Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley's office on Monday issued a subpoena to Google as part of an investigation into whether the tech giant is violating Missouri's consumer protection and anti-trust laws. The investigation delves into Google's collection of data on users and whether Google, the world's most popular search engine, has manipulated search results at the expense of competitors, according to a release from Hawley's office.
Monday, November 13, 2017
Show-Me Newbie Missouri AG Against Google
Sketchy Internets power play from a rookie politico who seems more concerned about moving up the political ladder than anything related to his the job of being the top law enforcement official in Missouri . . .