The new information comes from a report in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday that it reviewed an unabridged draft of last week’s antitrust lawsuit against Google. < / P > < p > ten states, led by Texas attorney general Ken Paxton, filed a lawsuit against Google last Wednesday, accusing the company of anti competitive behavior in online advertising. According to the complaint, Google and Facebook entered into an illegal transaction and manipulated the ad auction. According to the Wall Street Journal, the deal was codenamed Jedi blue. < / P > < p > according to the draft litigation version, the deal was signed by Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, who said in an email to Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive, and other executives of the social network that it was a “strategic big deal.”. As part of the deal, Facebook will have to spend at least $500 million a year on advertising auctions run by Google, and the social network will win a fixed percentage of the proceeds at those auctions, according to the Wall Street Journal, citing the draft lawsuit. < / P > < p > Google said the charges in the complaint were inaccurate. Facebook is part of more than 25 other companies involved in a Google project called “open bidding” and Google works with other advertising networks and exchanges, a Google spokesman said in an email statement on Tuesday. < / P > < p > “it’s wrong to think it’s a secret deal,” the spokeswoman said. “Their participation is not exclusive, and they don’t receive similar data that other buyers don’t get.” < / P > < p > Google is currently facing a number of antitrust lawsuits. In October, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a landmark lawsuit accusing Google of illegally shutting out competitors by reaching an agreement with mobile phone manufacturers to become the default search engine on their devices. Earlier this month, a group of 38 U.S. states and territories filed a lawsuit accusing the technology giant of biased search results to its own services rather than those of more professional competitors. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone