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What to know about the antitrust trial against Google

The Google sign is shown over an entrance to the company's new building in New York.  (Peter Morgan/AP)
The Google sign is shown over an entrance to the company's new building in New York. (Peter Morgan/AP)

The landmark antitrust trial against U.S. tech giant Google kicked off Tuesday with one question at its center: Is Google’s dominance in the search engine business unlawful?

Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Adi Robertson, senior tech and policy editor at The Verge, who is covering this trial.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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