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US: FTC vows to stand up to Google if necessary

 |  April 17, 2013

As the European Commission has reportedly received a settlement from Google over allegations the search giant has abused its dominance – a move sources say will also be approved by the European regulator – the US Federal Trade Commission has vowed to stand up to Google if the company strays from agreements made to quell concerns. The Federal Trade Commission ended its case against Google without a legally binding consent decree with the company; the decision was controversial and denounced by Google’s rivals, which now hope the European Commission will take a tougher stance.

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