Microsoft’s Antitrust Argument Against Google

Microsoft VP Brad Smith makes the case:

First, in 2006 Google acquired YouTube — and since then it has put in place a growing number of technical measures to restrict competing search engines from properly accessing it for their search results. Without proper access to YouTube, Bing and other search engines cannot stand with Google on an equal footing in returning search results with links to YouTube videos and that, of course, drives more users away from competitors and to Google.

Thursday, 31 March 2011

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