In the roughly two years since Google launched flight search and hotel search, Kayak CEO Steve Hafner says, "We haven't seen any impact on our business." This statement, made in a CNBC interview, would appear to directly contradict the central claim of the lobbying group to which Kayak belongs, FairSearch.org.
The central claim is that there's "growing evidence that Google is abusing its search monopoly to thwart competition." FairSearch says that Google's ability to "send traffic to its own [vertical] properties," such as flight search or hotel search, gives the company an unfair advantage [...]
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