On October 6, according to the latest media news, the U.S. government will formally file an antitrust lawsuit against Google as soon as next week, after nearly 16 months of investigation on Google. Us “politicians” website reported on the 2nd that the US Department of justice and the state attorney general had discussed the matter on the same day, and the fastest time to sue Google is next week. In the eyes of the outside world, this represents another escalation of the fierce struggle between the White House and the Silicon Valley giants. < / P > < p > it is reported that during the investigation, the U.S. Department of justice focused on Google’s use of browsers to collect user data to facilitate the promotion of its own products, while suppressing competitive products. The U.S. Department of justice has informed Google representatives that it is focusing on the search orientation of Google’s browser: when users use the browser to search for information or products, search results will give priority to Google’s own products, including business services, travel booking and regional business lists. < / P > < p > the situation Google is about to face is highly similar to that of Microsoft 20 years ago. On April 3, 2000, Thomas Jackson, a district judge in the United States, affirmed that Microsoft had a monopoly position in the personal computer operating system, and used this position to bind IE browser and other products with its operating system. This move is considered to have harmed the interests of consumers and manufacturers. It not only violates the core of Sherman’s antitrust law, but also violates the commitment act reached between Microsoft and the U.S. Department of justice in 1994 on this issue. Microsoft is likely to face the end of being split up, and the monopoly case has aroused great repercussions in the industry. < / P > < p > looking back to Google, in addition to the above problems, it signed with apple and other smartphone manufacturers to take Google as the default search engine, which is also regarded as a monopoly in the field of online search. In addition, Google’s monopolistic regulation of the advertising market is also the focus of observation. Data shows that Google browser has occupied nearly 90% of the search engine market in the United States, and it can generate 100 billion US dollars of high profits for Google every year. < p > < p > in fact, not only Google, but also the four major U.S. technology giants, including Amazon, Facebook and apple, have been under the pressure of antitrust investigations from the US government to varying degrees. It is reported that the Congress report on big technology and antitrust, which is hosted by the house antitrust judicial committee, will be held in the near future, although the meeting has been postponed twice because members of the Republican Party have expressed the hope that the formal report will be released after more complete investigation results are available. The report may end more than a year of investigations into apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google, and propose potential areas for reform of antitrust laws. < / P > < p > it is reported that the report may put forward suggestions to prevent Amazon and apple from owning the market at the same time and selling their own products in the market. For example, Google cannot have a search engine and YouTube at the same time, and Apple cannot provide its own applications in its app store. If the relevant proposals are approved, the aforementioned U.S. technology giants may face the fate of being split or similar to being split. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure