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Gannett Files Lawsuit Against Google Alleging Digital Advertising Monopoly

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Gannett, the prominent newspaper publisher and owner of USA Today, has taken legal action against Google, accusing the tech giant of holding a monopoly over digital advertising markets. The lawsuit, filed in a New York federal court, asserts that Google's practices give it control over how publishers buy and sell online ads, resulting in diminished revenue for competitors and publishers while Google reaps "exorbitant monopoly profits."

Virginia-based Gannett, known for publishing more than 200 local publications along with USA Today, alleges that Google's dominant position in the digital advertising industry stifles competition and harms both Gannett and. . .

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