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EU: Google’s settlement not yet set in stone

 |  April 16, 2013

As more developments are revealed concerning Google’s recently-announced settlement proposal – which, if approved, will end a years long case with the European Commission – the latest reports suggest the proposal will likely need alterations before finalized. According to one anonymous source who spoke with reporters, rivals of the search giant have already vocalized disapproval of the settlement, arguing the concessions, which include clearer labels of search results, are not enough to quell the allegations that Google abuses its dominant position in the sector. The European Commission will reportedly test out the changes Google has apparently agreed to make, however.

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