Google finished up its first round with her yesterday, and now Epic gets to cross-examine. Epic lead attorney Gary Bornstein is beginning with likely the key to this entire case — the relevant product market, which determines whether or not Google has monopoly power to begin with.
Tucker chose a market definition that gave the judge a double-take: “the facilitation of digital content transactions.”
Now, Epic will try to poke holes in it.
So far, Bornstein seems to be implying that Tucker’s definition is not a product — he suggests neither Google nor Apple ever refer to their products this way — but he’s early on in his line of questioning so I guess we’ll see!
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