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Google Ruling Shows Need For Do Not Track And Strong Antitrust Action

19. November 2012

Google Ruling  Shows Need For Do Not Track And Strong Antitrust Action

A federal judge’s ruling late Friday in a key privacy case demonstrates the need to implement tough “Do Not Track” rules and to take decisive action on the antitrust front against Google.

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Google Gets Antitrust Ultimatum From FTC

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12. November 2012

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Google Gets  Antitrust Ultimatum From FTC

Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz has given Google what Bloomberg News Service describes as an ultimatum to settle the agency’s antitrust investigation in the next few days or face a lawsuit.

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Get Real Sergey, But Here’s How You Could Actually Help

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7. November 2012

Get Real Sergey, But Here’s How You Could Actually Help

Sergey Brin, Google’s co-founder, is getting a little bit of ink for his suggestion that all politicians elected today quit their parties and “govern as independents in name and in spirit.”

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Google’s Dominance Sparks Fear, Draws Antitrust Concerns

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5. November 2012

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Google’s Dominance Sparks Fear, Draws Antitrust Concerns

A weekend New York Times article puts a clear focus on the issues that are drawing antitrust regulators to focus on the Internet giant’s anticompetitive practices. Written by Steve Lohr and Clair Cain Miller the article, Google Casts a Big Shadow on Smaller Web Sites, explains what’s going on: Regulators in the United States and […]

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Pressure Mounts Against Google for Its Anticompetitive Behavior

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1. November 2012

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Pressure Mounts Against Google for Its Anticompetitive Behavior

Signs that Google will soon face strong antitrust action on both sides of the Atlantic are increasing with a report Thursday from Bloomberg News Service that the the Federal Trade Commission staff has recommended that the Internet giant be sued for unfairly blocking competitors’ access to smartphone-technology patents.

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