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  1. Is Google Sucking the Life Out of Your Identity? Are They Alone?

    The Justice Department certainly hasn't been bashful about asking various search engines and social media platforms to share privileged data before – even without a warrant. We can't follow up, close a deal or upsell to a shadow.

  2. Will Yahoo Torch its Search Deal With Microsoft, Outsource Search to Google?

    This attracted the attention of the Department of Justice, and Google pulled out of the deal later that year over broader antitrust concerns and fear of being labeled a “monopolist”. Google and Yahoo struck their first search deal back in 2000, and...

  3. 'The Power of Google' Senate Hearing is Must Watch TV Today

    CEO Rich Skrenta noted that the products Apple has brought to market have done far more damage to Microsoft than the Department of Justice lawsuit they faced in the 1990s. Let’s let entrepreneurs, technology and good old-fashioned innovation deal...

  4. Shareholder Sues Google For Aiding Illegal Drug Sales

    Department of Justice to forfeit $500 million obtained in AdWords advertising revenue from so-called “rogue” pharmacies in Canada and elsewhere, and reports that Page knew what was going on. The lawsuit follows the news of Google’s deal with the U.S.

  5. U.S. Attorney: Larry Page Knew About, Allowed Pharmacy Ads

    The Department of Justice began investigating Google for allowing illegal advertisements from Canadian pharmacies following a sting operation in 2009. However, as part of the $500 million forfeiture to the Department of Justice, these documents won...

  6. Google FTC Antitrust Probe Rumors Emerge as ITA Verdict Nears

    Federal Trade Commission antitrust investigation after the Justice Department completes its review of Google's acquisition of travel software developer ITA Software and determines whether to challenge or impose restrictions on the deal, Bloomberg...

  7. 50 Most Memorable Moments in Search for 2008

    It seems the team over in Mountain View wasn't up for a battle with the Department of Justice and nixed the deal just an hour before the suit was served. Deal - Google made it quite clear they didn't want to see search engines #2 and 3 integrate.