All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Search Neutrality’

Google Report Dismisses Competitors’ Complaints of Search Bias

Google continues its offensive against the antitrust investigation by the Federal Trade Commission with another internally-commissioned report released today. The report, which follows a different one from last week that argued Google’s right to free speech, pokes holes through all of recommendations from Google’s competitors that were offered to reduce the alleged bias in Google search results. The report, “Proposed …

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Search Neutrality Before Net Neutrality

We have an intrinsic and well-supported mistrust of the major broadband providers in the telecom and cable industries. It has been suggested search engines need just as much scrutiny.

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