The regulatory agencies of the United States have received a request to proceed to investigate the potential association between the leading brands in the network, Google and Yahoo. A group composed of 16 civil rights organizations and consumer groups have issued a statement in this regard expressing their fear that an operation of such magnitude could bear fruit, even though neither of the two powerful firms have announced or revealed any information regarding a hypothetical merger.

The US Department of Justice It is analyzing certain reports commissioned by the companies last April apparently to investigate the implications that could be found with respect to antitrust laws. However, the US government agency has clarified that it has no comment to make because at this time there is no definitive agreement between Yahoo and Google. Apparently, both firms are studying in depth the possible implications and consequences of an eventual union and, as part of the process, they are sharing their plans with those in charge of antitrust regulation.
In the opinion of the organizations that have signed the aforementioned letter, the consequences of such a merger would never be positive in light of the enormous risk involved in terms of competition condensation, price increase and limitation of new opportunities on the Internet. So far there has been no reaction from Google and Yahoo to the dissemination of the aforementioned statement.
The consequences of such a merger would never be positive in terms of the enormous risk they imply in terms of condensing competition, increasing prices and limiting new opportunities on the Internet. So far there has been no reaction from Google and Yahoo to the dissemination of the aforementioned statement. the consequences of such a merger would never be positive in terms of the enormous risk they imply in terms of condensing competition, increasing prices and limiting new opportunities on the Internet. So far there has been no reaction from Google and Yahoo to the dissemination of the aforementioned statement.