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Google CEO Sundar Pichai testifies in Google antitrust trial

today 10/30/2023
Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Alphabet, appeared in court to defend Google in a major antitrust trial. He testified about Google's investments in Chrome and how it led to increased search usage. The trial focuses on Google's contracts that make its search engine the default on devices and browsers. Pichai also discussed Google's deals with Apple and its concerns about Microsoft's search engine becoming the default in Internet Explorer. The prosecution questioned Pichai about Google's chat policy and the deletion of chat messages.
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