The Washington Times reports that social media site Gab is suing Google for anti-trust violations.
“Google Play and Android have monopoly power in the app store market, and Google’s apps YouTube and Google+ compete directly against Gab,” said Marc Randazza, the attorney for the company, in a statement reported by the Hill. “Google’s intimate partnership with Twitter, which also competes against Gab, makes Google’s control of all Android apps available through the Play Store a serious restraint of trade issues.”
Ron Coleman is also one of the lawyers helping Gab in this matter.
In the interest of full disclosure, I will note that I own shares in Gab.