Notably, Walker helped keep Google moving forward after the Federal Trade Commission accused the company of rigging tech markets in its favor in 2009. Now, another high-profile case before Walker, this time an antitrust case brought by U.S. regulators, will test the defense architecture he has built at the company in recent years, according to the article’s analysis.
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A Look At Kent Walker, Architect of Google’s Grand Defense Strategy
Kent Walker, Google’s general counsel, is again being asked to defend the company as the government investigates its business practices in what is shaping up to be another seminal fight for the tech giant. So reports The New York Times.
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