Advertisers Call Google Search Criminal

The New York Times takes a fresh look at Google’s search business, as it has never been a greater source of criticism among government regulatory bodies, as well as the small businesses that live and die by their Google search ranking. “The relationship between Google and Web sites, publishers and advertisers often seems lopsided, if not unfair,” NYT writes. “Being big is no crime, but if a powerful company uses market muscle to stifle competition, that is an antitrust violation.”
 

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