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Demise of Google Reader Reveals Trust Gap With Its Users

Monday, March 25th, 2013

In the aftermath of Google’s decision to shut down its popular service Google Reader, and its subsequent announcement of a new product called Keep, prominent observers of the company (for example, James Fallows, Om Malik, and Ezra Klein) have raised concerns that consumers of Google’s “free” products cannot trust the company to keep investing in Read more »

FairSearch Principles for Evaluating Remedies to Google’s Antitrust Violations

Monday, November 19th, 2012

The members of FairSearch have often been asked, what remedies are our members seeking to resolve the harms that result from Google’s anti-competitive search and business practices. Enforcing existing competition laws in the online context is vital to fostering greater innovation, lower-cost online services, and increased economic growth. As is becoming increasingly evident, this need Read more »