The US government vs Google antitrust trial is nearing its end with the evidentiary phase coming to a close. The government accuses Google of breaking antitrust law to dominate online search and advertising. Google argues that its market share is due to the quality of its search engine and users can easily switch if they are unsatisfied. Apple’s senior vice president praised Google’s search, and Google’s lawyers claim that being the default search engine has limited value. They also argue that Google is not a monopoly and strives to innovate and protect user privacy.