According to foreign media reports, although the U.S. Department of justice may speed up the antitrust lawsuit against Google within a suspicious time limit, Google’s latest defense can be said to be equally questionable. Under the leadership of William Barr, carefully selected by trump, the US Department of justice has formally filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google. On October 20 local time, Google, as the defendant, refuted through its public policy blog. < / P > < p > “there are serious flaws in the Department of justice’s litigation today. People use Google because they make that choice, not because they’re forced or because they can’t find a replacement. < / P > < p > this lawsuit does not help consumers. Instead, it will artificially support low-quality search alternatives, raise the price of mobile phones, and make it harder for people to get the search services they want to use. ” < / P > < p > to be sure, Google ignored these complaints. In order to defend its current business model, Google matches its service funnel with apple, Samsung, Microsoft and other well-known companies in the industry. < / P > < p > although Google points out that its prominent position in the iPhone search engine is a measure of its competitive position in the industry, the company is more targeted at Microsoft’s windows business, as well as the pre bundled edge browser and the default Bing search engine. < / P > < p > “Google will not be pre installed on Windows devices. Microsoft has pre installed the edge browser on Windows devices, and Bing is the default search engine. ” < / P > < p > as Google quickly threw out other businesses as part of its defense, the company succeeded in using Firefox as an example of its superior alternative service, which people chose to participate in rather than forced to participate, as part of the Justice Department claimed. “The data shows that people choose the services they like: take Mozilla’s Firefox browser as an example. It is funded almost entirely from revenue from search promotion agreements. When Yahoo! Was paid to become the default search engine in Firefox, most Americans still immediately switched their search engine to their preferred search engine, Google. (Mozilla later chose Google as its default search engine on the grounds of “striving to provide high-quality search” and “focusing on the user experience.”. )”< / P > < p > Google finally pointed out some simple ways for users to avoid using its services. But in this public rebuttal, what Google didn’t disclose was its Android license lock-in and its zero cost entry into the competitive industry by taking advantage of its extremely profitable search business. Google claims to have kept its promise and continues to focus on providing free services that help Americans every day. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone