If you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, then you’re probably familiar with Google Play services.
It’s the company that owns the internet, so it has a massive amount of control over what you see and how you spend your money.
That includes the search and advertising networks that you use on your mobile device.
You’ll also be aware that the search giant has been the subject of a number of controversies over the past year.
It has faced numerous legal and privacy issues, including allegations of its alleged surveillance of users.
Now, Google has been hit with a patent infringement lawsuit, which alleges that it infringes on Google’s search patents.
The lawsuit claims that Google’s “Google Play Services” are essentially Google’s own search engine, and that the company’s search algorithms are proprietary and proprietary search engines that are only available on Google Play.
Google has denied the allegations.
In the US, Google was granted a patent covering a “search engine” in 2015.
It was later granted a third patent covering the “search algorithm” in 2017.
Google claims that its search algorithms don’t “imply a view of the world”, but instead “allow search results to be displayed in a manner that is more efficient and relevant to users’ search queries”.
Google’s patents cover the “view of the worlds”, “viewers” and “users”, but it says that these terms are not defined in the patent.
In order to use Google Play Services, you’ll need to be an Android device user, which means that Google has to get your permission to use your information.
In this case, that means you have to be on Google Services (or Android) or have a Google Account, which requires an email address.
Google said that it had no objection to the lawsuit and that it would continue to work on solving the patent issues.
You can see the full patent lawsuit here.