The judge interrupts Epic’s cross-examination to drill down on Tucker’s market definition yet again, asking if the “the facilitation of digital content interactions” would include web browsers.
She initially says no, it’s about “an instance where a platform can add value.” But he probes further, asking if they would be such a platform in the online world. She waffles slightly, saying they need to have the ability to self-distribute.
The judge asks one more time: “Would you include browsers in the relevant product market?”
She says yes.
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