3 reasons why the Ohio attorney general’s lawsuit against Google is flawed

The Ohio attorney general (OAG) has filed an antitrust case against Google asking the court to classify Google as a common carrier or public utility, require that Google be “fair” in how it presents search results, and permanently enjoin Google from promoting its products more than it promotes rivals’ products. The OAG says these actions are necessary because Google is harming Ohioans in how the company provides its search services. The OAG could hardly be more wrong.

Read Dr. Jamison’s complete blog post at AEI.