According to a report released today, the European Parliament is reportedly calling for Google separate search from the rest of its service offerings. The motion specifically calls for an “unbundling” of Google’s search engine from its other services as a way to curb Google’s dominance. This is being supported by Europe’s two main political parties, the European People’s Party and the Socialists. This motion originated from concerns that Google’s tremendous reach has the potential to stifle competition. However, the European Parliament doesn’t have the power to break up companies. There is a precedent for this type of case in the […]The post European Parliament To Call For Separation Of Google Search From Other Services by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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