TECH NEWS: Google may face the issue of monopoly on advertising on the Internet

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Google may face the issue of monopoly on advertising on the Internet

google antitrust Google may face the issue of monopoly on advertising on the Internet
Google held a settlement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in February this year on charges of monopoly, but it seems that Google will face new investigations in the same regard.
According to both Bloomberg and Roterz mentioned that the federal body began to research whether Google has used its control over advertising sales on the Internet in order to harm competitors.
And talk the issue here about using Google for its position in the market for Internet advertising in the United States to push companies to use the services of other offerings, which is illegal under antitrust law existing in the country, but it is not yet clear what services refer to Google.
Google had been subject to investigations conducted by the Federal Trade Commission for a period of approximately 20 months and then ended in a settlement, and the investigations concerning the results of the search engine Google where the company accused the body they give priority manipulator display the search results when using the devices it believes violate patents owned by Motorola.
Not only is the United States, but the Google settlement with the European Union also about antitrust issues on search results last month.