Fmr. U.S. chief technology officer says antitrust lawsuit against Google is the 'right process in making markets more competitive'

Former U.S. technology officer Aneesh Chopra says it's healthier for the marketplace to have stronger and clearer lines about what is seen as improper conduct in regards to the Justice Department's antitrust lawsuit against Google. He joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss. My attention is on the broader set of allegations in the House antitrust hearing report, says Chopra, which is likely the basis of the work being done by the state attorneys general.
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