Judge sets first hearing in the U.S. against Google antitrust Google

The United States Justice Department sued lawsuit against the Alphabet Inc. Google monopoly on Android OS and browsing searching activities.

The U.S District Judge Amit Mehta on Monday set a status hearing on the Justice Department’s antitrust lawsuit against Google Monday.

The lawsuit cost $1 Trillion ( 767.81 billion pounds ) company and it illegally using its market muscle to hobble rival in the biggest challenge to influence of Big Tech in decades.

The case will open for public or media at EDT 14:00 GMT ( 10:00 AM ) must appear at the telephone status hearing said lawyers for Google.