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Google Responds To Criticism From News Corp

Google Responds To Criticism From News Corp

By Chris Crum September 25, 2014

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp sent an open letter to the European Commission last week to complain about Google (something Murdoch has been doing openly for years). On Thursday, Google took to its Europe blog to address the complaints, and respond …

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Netflix Releases Earnings, Has 50 Million Members Netflix Releases Earnings, Has 50 Million Members

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Bing Joins The ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ Party Bing Joins The ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ Party

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Actress often posts photos of family on Instagram

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Google Acknowledges What A Mess This Is Google Acknowledges What A Mess This Is

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