Deputy justice secretary Jeff Rosen said this week that he would not comment on when the Justice Department will decide whether to launch an antitrust lawsuit against Google. < / P > < p > “we’ll push at full speed, that’s important.” “We have an excellent team, and they’re all trying to look at the documents and collect the evidence,” he said < / P > < p > it was previously reported that the U.S. Department of justice may launch an antitrust lawsuit against Google. U.S. Attorney General William Barr also said in March that he hoped the Department of justice would make a final decision on Google’s investigation this summer. A Google spokesman said: “while we will continue to respond to ongoing investigations, the focus is now on providing free services to people every day, reducing costs for small businesses, providing more choices and competition.” < / P > < p > the attorneys general of several states in the United States have launched separate investigations into Google, and the judicial committee of the house of Representatives is also conducting ongoing investigations into Google, Amazon, Facebook and apple. Many states are likely to join a federal antitrust lawsuit against Google. < / P > < p > the US Department of Justice said in July 2019 that it would conduct a comprehensive investigation into large technology companies to determine whether they have antitrust practices. Rosen declined to say when the U.S. government might end its investigation of other technology companies, but pointed out that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) would take part in the work.