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Video:  United States Says EU's Google Case Should not Be Politicized

United States Says EU's Google Case Should not Be Politicized

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The United States voiced concern on Tuesday over a draft plan by two EU lawmakers to break up Google saying politicians should not influence the EU's antitrust inquiry into the world's most popular Internet search engine. The U.S. Mission to the European Union said in an email it "noted with concern" the call for competition regulators to consider splitting search engines from other Internet services. Read More >>


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