Google questions if the new Justice Department antitrust boss can be impartial.

In a letter to Justice Department leaders, an outside lawyer for Google said the “reality, and the appearance, of partiality are fairly called into question” by Jonathan Kanter’s past work for the company’s critics. Google pointed to his work with Yelp and the News Media Alliance, which represents publishers including The New York Times Company.

Source: Google questions if the new Justice Department antitrust boss can be impartial.

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