Google Anti-Trust Investigation One Step Closer

The likelihood of the United States government investigating Google for anti-trust violations increased today as senators Herb Kohl and Mike Lee called on the Federal Trade Commission to look into certain alleged practices. Specifically, they believe that Google favors its own services in its search results.
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Google May Face FTC Antitrust Probe

Search engine giant Google barely had time to breathe a sigh of relief over the results of one government investigation of it before possibly facing another. This time, it looks like the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has it in its cross-hairs. Could Google end up following Microsoft on the antitrust hot seat?
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Google: Cool or Creepy?

There has been a lot of negative news circulating around Google lately. But oddly enough, the company’s stock price continues to climb (over $500 per share at last check) and its market share continues to grow. Ronald Reagan earned the title of “Teflon president” because nothing bad seemed to stick to him, judging from his approval ratings. Is Google a Teflon search engine?
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