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Missouri Attorney General initiates Google antitrust investigation

Focus is on consumer data collection practices and alleged "search bias." The post Missouri Attorney General initiates Google antitrust investigation appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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CSEs will compete head-on with Google Shopping in EU search results

To provide "equal treatment" in the ad auction, Google Shopping will operate as a separate business unit bidding against Comparison Shopping Engines The post CSEs will compete head-on with Google Shopping in EU search results appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Alphabet to create separate business unit in Europe to run Google Shopping

Effort is attempt to comply with European antitrust decision; would force Google to bid against rivals in the AdWords auction as a standalone entity. The post Alphabet to create separate business unit in Europe to run Google Shopping appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How the Russian search market looks now

Contributor Brendan McGonigle examines shifts in the Russian search market resulting from Google's recent move to come into compliance with Russian competition law. The post How the Russian search market looks now appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google proposes a new version of ‘rival links’ to remedy shopping search antitrust violation

Submission appears similar to its earlier, unsuccessful settlement proposal. The post Google proposes a new version of ‘rival links’ to remedy shopping search antitrust violation appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Yelp says Google violated ‘do not crawl’ provision of 2013 FTC settlement agreement

Reportedly, numerous Yelp business images were found in Google Maps. The post Yelp says Google violated ‘do not crawl’ provision of 2013 FTC settlement agreement appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Report: Google to appeal $2.7 billion EU fine

Google still required to make changes to search results during appeal process. The post Report: Google to appeal $2.7 billion EU fine appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Top European court’s ruling might embolden US tech companies to challenge regulators

The European Court of Justice rebuked a lower court for failing to properly consider Intel's arguments in a nearly decade-old case. The post Top European court’s ruling might embolden US tech companies to challenge regulators appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google says it will offer antitrust remedy to EU to avoid further penalties

Will the proposal bring the consumer-unfriendly return of "10 blue links?" The post Google says it will offer antitrust remedy to EU to avoid further penalties appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How important is Google Shopping for retailers?

Columnist Andy Taylor shares his views on the recent European Commission antitrust ruling against Google and how this might impact retailers that rely on Google Shopping for sales. The post How important is Google Shopping for retailers? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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