• Durant Imboden

    Maybe I’m missing something, but why WOULDN’T Google be expected to favor its own services? (I don’t see Bing giving equal treatment to Google in a search on “Venice maps” or TripAdvisor giving equal treatment to my site in a search on “Paris hotels.”)

  • http://twitter.com/YoungbloodJoe Joe Youngblood

    My only question is this: if Microsoft bundling IE with Windows was anti-trust / anti-competitive in Europe, why is iPhone bundling a browser and Android doing the same NOT considered anti-competitive? Or Chrome on Chromebooks, etc..?

  • http://twitter.com/YoungbloodJoe Joe Youngblood

    Also, Google instantaneously crawls and indexes new YouTube videos, so I guess that would violate this?

  • bernhardruge55cy

    my roomate’s sister makes $67 hourly on the computer. She has been fired for 8 months but last month her paycheck was $12642 just working on the computer for a few hours. Read more on  Ask25.c­om

  • http://ftc.gov/ MonopolizedSearch

    At least the EU does not seem to be as weak and ineffective as the FTC. Personally, I think the FTC has become too bloated to carry out its core mission. With all of the red ink flowing in Washington D.C., I think lawmakers should consider shutting down the FTC and replacing it with a leaner agency that has more defined regulatory powers. Of course all existing FTC employees could apply for new positions within the agency, but I personally would not hire one of them.