Apple Has Been Subpoenaed In Google's Antitrust Case

The US Federal Trade Commission has subpoenaed Apple in its antitrust probe on Google, reports Bloomberg.

The FTC is seeking information on how and why Apple makes Google the default search engine for its iOS devices when there’s no shortage of other search engines to choose from.

Google rivals such as Microsoft Bing obviously consider it an anti-competitive move.

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