Google could be forced to sell Chrome

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The search giant currently faces investigation in the US for alleged antitrust violations

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) is considering a plan that could force Google to spin off or sell some parts of its business, including its popular Chrome browser. Citing sources familiar wit...

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