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Federal Election Commission proposal toughens political ads disclosure rules

The rule would bring traditional media disclosure requirements to digital ads. The post Federal Election Commission proposal toughens political ads disclosure rules appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Spotted: Links to competing shopping engines in UK Google Shopping results

The new look is in response to the European Commission's antritrust ruling against Google, but it may not satisfy rivals. The post Spotted: Links to competing shopping engines in UK Google Shopping results appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google, Getty Images enter a multi-year global licensing partnership

The deal effectively ends Getty's European antitrust complaint against Google. The post Google, Getty Images enter a multi-year global licensing partnership appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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India’s competition regulator fines Google $21.1 million for ‘search bias’ in travel results

However, the OneBox and other search practices were cleared by the Committee. The post India’s competition regulator fines Google $21.1 million for ‘search bias’ in travel results appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google EU shopping rivals complain antitrust remedies aren’t working

They're demanding more changes, saying their problems have intensified rather than improved since the EC ruling in June, 2017. The post Google EU shopping rivals complain antitrust remedies aren’t working appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google facing $1 billion in potential liability with UK class action

The case stems from bypassing the cookie-blocking settings on the iPhone's Safari browser in 2012. The post Google facing $1 billion in potential liability with UK class action appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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CEO who forged court order to get Google to remove defamation faces prison

Contributor Chris Silver Smith tells the lamentable story of a sophisticated apparent reputation attack and a victimized company led to take desperate steps to recover. The post CEO who forged court order to get Google to remove defamation faces prison appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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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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US court orders Google not to comply with Canadian court’s order delisting search results

The US court agreed with Google that implementation of the Canadian court's ruling would violate US laws, including the right to free speech. The post US court orders Google not to comply with Canadian court’s order delisting search results appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Echo and Home will probably have to tell you they’re always listening — in Europe

As smart speakers proliferate around the world, some governments will require strong privacy disclosures and consent to recording. The post Echo and Home will probably have to tell you they’re always listening — in Europe appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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