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Google Agrees To Modify Search Results In Europe

In an unprecedented move, Google has agreed to legally binding changes to its search results following an antitrust investigation by European regulators. Yet, “Google will not have to change the algorithm that produces its search results,” The New York Times reports, citing sources. Rather, Google is agreeing to clearly label search results from its own properties.

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