FTC rejects claims of antitrust violations against Google

Federal Trade CommissionJanuary3rd, 2013 Statement in matter of Google 111-0163 issued by Federal Trade Commission: “In sum, we find that the evidence presented at this time does not support the allegation that Google’s display of its own vertical content at or near the top of its search results page was a product design change undertaken without a legitimate business justification. Rather, we conclude that Google’s display of its own content could plausibly be viewed as an improvement in the overall quality of Google’s search product.

Continue Reading

Italian DPA's measure for Google’s privacy policy

Garante sets measures to safeguard users from Googles privacy policyWith decision on July 2014, the Italian DPA (Garante) sets forth measures to bring the processing of personal data carried out by Google under its New Privacy Policy relating to use of the features offered with www.google.it more into line with Italian data protection Code:

Continue Reading

Worldwide deindex content of a website

Associations for civil liberties on Google before Canadas CourtIn the matter of Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions Inc. case, the Supreme Court of Canada on June 28, 2017 has dismissed the appeal of Google against an interlocutory injunction issued by the Court of Appeal of British Columbia that ordered Google to deindex worldwide Datalink’s website to cease irreparable harm to Equustek.

Continue Reading

  • 1
  • 2

Copyright © 2017