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Texas Opens Inquiry Into Google Search Rankings

September 4th, 2010 09:27 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Hugh Pickens writes “The AP reports that Texas’ attorney general, Greg Abbott, has opened an anti-trust investigation against Google spurred by complaints that the company has abused its power as the Internet’s dominant search engine. The review appears to be focused on whether Google is manipulating its search results to stifle competition. European regulators already have been investigating complaints alleging that Google has been favoring its own services in its results instead of rival websites and several lawsuits have also been filed in the US that have alleged Google’s search formula is biased. However Google believes Abbott is the first state attorney general to open an antitrust review into the issue.”

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