A Connecticut startup waging a David vs. Goliath battle against search giant Google will have its day in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday as the Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights takes a look at Google’s business practices.

The startup, Norwalk-based Kayak.com, is one of the founding members of FairSearch.org – a group that includes a number of travel related search engines who claim that Google’s market dominating search engine presence is shutting out competitors. The group also lists Microsoft as one of its sponsoring members – a company that itself faced similar anti-trust accusations in the 1990s for its dominance of the operating system and web browsing markets.

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