From Google antitrust suit brought today: "Google falsely told publishers that adopting AMP would enhance load times, but Google employees knew that AMP only improves the [redacted] and AMP pages can actually [redacted] [redacted] [redacted]."
Wow this is pretty damning too: "Google also [redacted] of non-AMP ads by giving them artificial one second delays in order to give Google AMP a [redacted] [redacted] slows down header bidding, which Google uses to turn around and denigrate header bidding for being too slow."
Looks like Google did some kind of unlawful collusion with Facebook, its next biggest ad competitor. Details aren't yet clear on that part:
"As internal Google documents reveal, Google sought to kill competition and has done so through an array of exclusionary tactics, including an unlawful agreement with Facebook, its largest potential competitive threat, to manipulate advertising auctions."
Might be this:
"Google provided Facebook with [redacted]. Google subjects other marketplaces competing for publishers’ inventory to 160 millisecond timeouts...The longer timeouts granted by Google were presumably designed to aid FB win more auctions to abide by the spirit of the agreement."
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