Google’s Antitrust Trial Is a Misguided Crusade Threatening Innovation and Consumer Choice

In the age of technological innovation, the Department of Justice’s antitrust case against Google, now on trial, appears to be a misguided attempt to have lawyers reshape the digital landscape. The government asserts that this case is about the “future of the internet and whether Google will ever face meaningful competition,” and while the concern about how this case will affect the future of the internet is valid, the notion that the government can artificially create competition for Google is fundamentally flawed.

Read Dr. Jamison’s complete Op-Ed at RealClearPolicy.