Class action lawsuit may reveal how much Google pays Apple to be the default search engine

It’s an open secret that Google pays Apple a multibillion-dollar sum each year to be the default search engine on Apple devices. In other words, the search engine that is used when you simply type your search term into the combined address/search bar.
Neither company discloses the amount, leading to various estimates over the years. But a new class action lawsuit may reveal the actual sums …
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Author: Ben Lovejoy