Google exaggerated the severity of a 2018 security vulnerability it detected in Epic Games’ Fortnite app, Epic alleged in a newly unredacted filing from its antitrust lawsuit against Google. Epic said Google publicly described the problem as more severe than Google employees deemed it to be because Google wanted to discourage Samsung phone customers from downloading the game via Samsung’s Galaxy...
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