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Big Data Can Get the Truth From Google

November 20, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: ZDNet

Google is in trouble, or so some say. With European and US regulators looking at whether the company promotes its own services unfairly in search results, and the threat of Android being classified as predatory, the chances of huge fines or detailed regulatory control are being talked up.

But take care over who’s doing the talking. Google’s competitors, who have either failed comprehensively to actually compete or are looking at eroding market share, are more than happy to lead the assault from behind. Take press reports with plenty of salt, and check the credentials of any ‘grassroots’ organisations that claim to be working for a fairer market.

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