“Mr. Ben reached out to you in the context of OCV needing technical support from Google related to app removals, is that correct?” asked Epic’s attorney.
OCV did — and received help from Google.
But we didn’t see evidence OCV any help that a normal app developer wouldn’t get. OCV’s CTO testified that he didn’t get any special benefit or service for his testimony, wasn’t told anything about the case when it asked him to testify, and doesn’t own any Google stock personally (not that it was alleged he did).
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