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U.S.: Google CEO/FTC meeting raises more questions than answers

 |  November 28, 2012

According to reports, Google’s CEO Larry Page met with the Federal Trade Commission in Washington on Tuesday in efforts to prevent the charges against Google. The FTC has been investigating Google for 19 months and is nearing the end of the probe, which began over allegations that Google is abusing its dominance as a search engine as well as potentially anticompetitive practices in its technology licensing. While one can only speculate as to what, exactly, Page and the FTC discussed, the alleged meeting occurred at a time when experts are questioning whether the FTC will actually be able to charge Google and force business practice changes upon the search giant.

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