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FTC Likely to Clear Google of Any AntiTrust Allegations Before the End of the Year

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    For the past 19 months the FTC has been investigating Google for anti-trust allegations. Google was accused of abusing patents they acquired from Motorola, and they were accused of unfairly promoting their own services over their competitors. Apparently, Google's Co-Founder and CEO Larry Page is a very eloquent speaker however. Supposedly, after explaining his position, the government began to doubt their own case against Google. A report from the New York Post suggests that the FTC is just about to wrap up their investigation and will not find any wrong-doing on Google's part. This decision will likely be announced before the end of the year.

    Source: NYPost
    Last edited: Dec 13, 2012