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  1. 5 Fast Facts about the EU's Privacy Ruling on Google

    Their ruling, which cannot be appealed, will apply to all 28 countries in the European Union. Lee Rowlands, attorney for The American Civil Liberties Union, commented on the EU court ruling, "This result is incompatible with the right to free...

  2. Scroogled Rises: Microsoft Back on Attack as Google Faces New Antitrust Complaint

    In an interview with the New York Times, European Union’s antitrust chief, Joaquín Almunia, noted one solution to deal with this issue could be "labeling" – or something that clearly distinguishes when Google is promoting its own services...

  3. How to Run Foreign Language PPC Campaigns

    A recent study conducted across the European Union found that more than half of Internet users visited foreign language (usually meaning English) websites. Where local search engines don't dominate but do enjoy a decent slice of market share...

  4. Google’s 13th Birthday: 12 Top Stories From the Past 12 Months

    Google is no stranger to antitrust scrutiny, but this year Google’s search dominance has been the subject of investigations in the European Union. Google search is Google’s game, and it’s apparent they’ll continue to change the rules when they want.

  5. Google Fighting Freedom of Press in Spain, Getting Fined in France

    Instead, the United States has the DCMA which protects it and it now passes to the European Union's Court of Justice to consider how any older information. A French court fined Google 430,000 Euros for four breaches of copyright, while the Spanish...

  6. Top Level Trends of SEM Worldwide in 2010 and 2011

    Kristjan Mar Hauksson will speak during the Marketing to the European Union session on Day 2 of SES London. Japan is the only stronghold left for the American search giant Yahoo, but there is a twist to that as Google powers the search results for...

  7. European Commission: No Discussions to Halt Google Antitrust Investigation

    Despite what you may have read elsewhere, Google and the European Commission aren't nearing a resolution on the antitrust investigation launched in the European Union in November, and Google isn't likely to change its algorithm there any time soon.