Attorneys general from 48 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia are investigating whether Google is engaging in monopolistic behavior.
Fifty U.S. attorneys general are joining the investigation, led by Texas.
The settlement follows allegations that the video service collected children's personal data without their parents’ consent.
Spam calendar invitations are driving many people nuts.
YouTube will pay at least $150 million for violating a law designed to protect kids online.
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The government alleges Anthony Levandowski stole Waymo documents in 2016 while he worked there as an engineer, then took them to Uber.
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CNN's chief legal analyst broke down what the "spate of craziness" really means.
This time he says it's Google's fault. “My victory was even bigger than thought!” he gushed on Twitter after watching a report on Fox Business.
Eight video creators say that have been unfairly targeted and demonetized by YouTube.
The 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful had her Google ad account suspended temporarily after the last debate.
The investigation could lead to fines and eventually cause Amazon to change the way it works.
The president parroted baseless claims made by tech giant billionaire Peter Thiel, who was featured on the network.