Google comes away largely unscathed from the process. Once can
hear the celebrations getting started in Mountain View.
The settlement has three components. Henceforth there will be no
involuntary scraping of third party content for inclusion in
“specialized” (vertical) Google search results (the Yelp case).
Google will also enable easier exporting of AdWords campaigns to
Bing and other platforms. And Google (through a consent decree)
will be required to fairly license Motorola’s
“standards-essential” patents and stop using them in an
anti-competitive way to block rival products.