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Google faces fresh fire over web reviews

For a search giant with the business goal to "organize the world's information" it takes little to enter markets where information is sold. Financial Times refers to the recent developments in the market for customer reviews. Google's market power alone would be sufficient to change these markets entirely. 

[Google.com | About:] Google’s mission is to organize the world‘s information and make it universally accessible and useful.

Financial Times :: FT reports that Google is facing fresh protests following its decision last week to stop copying some types of information from other websites for use in its own, rival services. The reversal is the first indication of Google changing its business practices since the US Federal Trade Commission launched a broad anti-trust investigation into the company last month. A similar review was begun in Europe last year.

Continue to read Richard Waters, www.ft.com

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