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Google Privacy Policy Probe May Hurt Consumers

Matt Warman makes the case against six countries investigating the search giant, concluding that it is “obvious that, even with the enormous scale of the common market, Europe will always be a secondary market for Google compared to the US. If regulators make it harder for the company to operate in Europe, it is easy enough for it to simply switch bits off. So should you find that Streetview isn’t available, but Microsoft’s equivalent is, remember that it’s Europe you have to thank for that surprising monopoly.”

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