Facebook and Google Form Anticompetitive “Jedi Blue” Alliance

A new lawsuit, led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, has exposed an alleged agreement between Google and Facebook in which Facebook would limit competitive actions in the online ad space in exchange for special treatment in Google ad auctions. Alex discusses this antitrust violation ridden pact, code named “Jedi Blue”, between the two tech monopolies and breaks down some of reasons he thinks that Google and Facebook have spun out of control with brazen anticompetitive behavior.

This is an excerpt from episode 135 of Winner Take All. Watch the full episode here: youtu.be/bMIsavkCZcg

Originally Aired: 01/04/20
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