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Google Cleared of Search Results Bias After 2-Year U.s. Investigation


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Jon Leibowitz, FTC

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission chairman Jon Leibowitz speaks at a press conference on Google in Washington.

Credit: Mladen Antonov/AFP/Getty Images

Google has been forced by regulators in the U.S. to agree to legally binding changes to the way it presents some search results and runs its search advertising following nearly two years of investigation. But the internet search engine was exonerated of bias to push down competitors in its search results, leaving it untroubled by any government threat.

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