Google argues that a bill proposed by the US Congress has the potential to compromise user security and damage products like search and maps.
Known as American Innovation and Choice Online Act (AICOA)Bill S.2992 includes bipartisan legislation proposed by US Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA).
The intent behind AICOA is to create a level playing field for businesses to compete online. It targets allegedly anti-competitive practices such as B. A platform that favors its own products and services over those of the competition.
Google claims the bill will do more harm than good. Royal Hansen, Google’s VP of Engineering for Privacy, Safety, and Security, wrote a blog post earlier this week listing the company’s concerns about S.2992.
Are Google’s claims valid? Let’s look at Google’s arguments and compare them to what’s outlined in the bill.
How Does Antitrust Law Hurt Google and Others?
Google has four main arguments…