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U.S.: Google absolved of antitrust claims by Judge Bork

 |  October 9, 2012

According to the report titled,“What does the Chicago School teach about internet search and the antitrust treatment of Google?” Judge Robert Bork and Professor Gregory Sidak examine and refute allegations against Google. Google’s critics claim that Google’s size makes it the “gateway to the Internet” and that Google’s search practices are anticompetitive, such as how it ranks search results. Bork and Sidak bear on various criticisms of Google raised by its competitors, and refute claims against Google’s anti-competitiveness or antitrust practices.

Full Content: Herald Online

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