Crucial evidence from the Google antitrust trial has been removed from the US Department of Justice (DOJ) website. This stance presents a huge contrast to the widely followed Microsoft Corp. antitrust case back in the 1990s. The judge told the court he was surprised to learn that the DOJ had published evidence on its website without telling him first. Government attorney Kenneth Dintzer then quickly apologized and ensured all exhibits previously published on the DOJ website were taken down immediately. Keep up-to-date with all the latest developments in the Google antitrust trial by reading our trial updates article.