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Class Action Lawsuit
Attention: Anyone who sells advertising space via Google AdSense.
February 16, 2021, Abington Cole + Ellery is investigating potentially anticompetitive practices employed by Google in the online advertising market. We are investigating whether Google unlawfully uses its monopoly power to dominate online marketing via its Google AdSense product thereby harming both content publishers and advertisers.
Established in 2003, Google's AdSense program allows online content publishers in Google's Network of content websites to display interactive media, photographic, video, or textual advertisements targeted to the website's topic and followers. The displayed advertisements are organized, provided, managed, and controlled by Google. The displayed ads may result in earnings for the content publisher on either a per-impression or a per-click system as well as earnings for Google.
Due to Google's anticompetitive practices, it has been alleged that advertisers may be paying more than they should via Google Ads and that content producers who sell advertising space via Google AdSense are making less that they should via Google AdSense. It has been alleged that because of Google’s dominant position in online marketing and advertising, it is very difficult for many content producers and advertisers to sell and purchase online advertising anywhere except via Google AdSense and Google Ads.
If you believe you are a victim of Google's anticompetitive practices, and would like to participate in a class action lawsuit against Google, please submit your information via the form on this webpage. This website is not associated with nor authorized by Google or any affiliated companies.