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E.U.: Google offers to label its search results to avoid EU antitrust war

 |  October 10, 2012

Google has made a bid to offer to label information from its in-house services that are included in its search results pages, in order to avoid an antitrust scuff with Brussels. Google would put its brand on any of its own maps, stock quotes, airline flight details, or other pieces of information returned with Google search results, in order to assuage regulators concerns that Google is unfairly squeezing out other specialist information services on the web.

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