Everyone's investigating Google for antitrust violations...except California and Alabama

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2019/09/10/wtf-ca-al.html

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Probably too busy dealing with the fallout from Hurricane Dorian to deal with anything else right now.

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God damn it, you beat me to it…

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Just sharpie marker yourself on top of their post.

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Wait, 10 grand and 7 grand? That’s it?!?!? That’s peanuts for Google! Hell, it’s not entirely unaffordable for me!!

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Next step, following @Brainspore 's thinking…

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Ok, you win the internet. Holy Fu#k! I’m need some time, Um, nevermind…

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That was campaign finance reform. One can bribe the entire Congress for personal access for a few million dollars per year. Bribing one or two won’t get a person far.

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Yeah, the smell of those Sharpies will really start your head to spinnin’!

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Looks like they didn’t spend enough on the other states’ AGs. Let that be a lesson to them.

Silicon Valley companies have generally been a little slow on the uptake with the quid pro quo.

Google is building a data center in NE Alabama. I suspect that has something to do with it.

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