Bloomberg Quint: State Attorneys General Lay Groundwork for Google Investigation

Bloomberg Quint: State Attorneys General Lay Groundwork for Google Investigation. “Last September, Jeff Sessions, then the U.S. attorney general, called a meeting of state attorneys general to discuss his suspicions that Google and Facebook were suppressing conservative views. After hearing him out, his audience steered the conversation toward a different concern. The state officials argued that the real problem was Silicon Valley’s market power and its handling of personal data, and they made the case for aggressive antitrust action, according to people familiar with the event, who asked for anonymity to describe private discussions.”