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Table of Contents - November 25, 2014

European Bid To Split Google Slammed for 'Politicizing' Issue

The European Parliament is expected to begin debate tomorrow on a draft resolution on "consumer rights in the digital single market" that suggests splitting up Google, Inc., prompting concerns from government and industry officials in the U.S. about the "politicization" of what they see as a fact-based antitrust issue.

Google has been the subject of a long-running investigation by the European Commission into its search practices. The probe was recently taken over by Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, who now oversees competition issues in the newly formed European Commission.


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