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The case is one in a slew of lawsuits filed by the U.S. government against foreign tech firms accused of using their market presence to elude U.S. laws. The government will not seek to force the company to give up control over its U.S. operations, but only seeks to require it to register as a U.S. company and inform shareholders of the U.S. government’s allegations.

The Justice Department, via the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Seattle, has maintained its complaint does not constitute a “civil investigative demand” that is necessary to probe the company’s U.S. operations. Rather, it is a formal letter seeking information about how the company reported U.S. sales and profits to the Chinese government.

The new complaint by the U.S. government comes amid mounting diplomatic tensions over China’s alleged technological theft.

The government has also accused Google of stonewalling the investigation by refusing to turn over electronic information that could be used in the probe.

In filing the complaint, the government also alleges that the company’s founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, are “high-ranking” members of the Communist Party. The government’s complaint alleged the same four foreign founders of the company are also a part of the Communist Party of China.

In their complaint, the Justice Department also alleged that the company’s business is directly related to its ability to access the Chinese government’s vast collection of data that