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Should Google Be Broken Up?

Should Google Be Broken Up?

By Chris Crum

As reported late last week, the European Parliament is considering a call to break up Google. This would specifically involve breaking the search business away from the rest of the business. Do you think a break-up of Google is a good idea? Share your thoughts in the comments. ...

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