According to two people familiar with the matter, a bipartisan group of prosecutors from multiple States plans to file an antitrust lawsuit against Google as early as next month. The lawsuit has nothing to do with the widely anticipated Texas antitrust lawsuit, which is likely to be filed before the end of this year. In October, the U.S. Department of Justice filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google, and the States said they planned to merge their cases with those of the U.S. government. These states include Colorado, Iowa, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee and Utah. < / P > < p > according to a source, various plans to file a lawsuit in federal court in late December. Another source said the target time for states to file lawsuits is December 15. < / P > < p > these states have conducted large-scale surveys of Google’s business, including the company’s Android business. Another source said the States had not yet made a final decision on the content of the lawsuit. < / P > < p > in response to lawsuits and other investigations initiated by the government, Google denied any wrongdoing and said its search engine and other products dominate the market because consumers prefer the company’s services and products. < / P > < p > state wide investigations are in sharp contrast to the relatively narrow lawsuit launched by the Justice Department, Baochi, which focuses on Google’s search business and online advertising business, which have absolute dominance in the market. Global Tech