In simple terms, the Department of Justice lawyer, Kenneth Dintzer, is discussing the distribution channels and ways in which search engines like Google can be used. He mentions that there are other methods of distributing search, but they are not as powerful as the default options. Dintzer emphasizes the importance of defaults and supports his argument by referring to Google’s financial resources. He suggests that Google’s “cheque book” or financial influence is evidence of the significance of defaults in the distribution of search engines.
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