By: Clint Boulton
The FTC is reportedly adding Google's Search, plus your world service to its federal antitrust inquiry into the company's search practices. Search experts agree this is the logical course.
The Federal Trade Commission is reportedly expanding its antitrust probe of Google to include the company's new Search, plus your world social search feature, an effort to make users' results more personal.
Bloomberg and Reuters both said Jan. 13 the FTC is looking into the matter because it is concerned Google is providing preference to Google+ over Web services from others, breaking its promise to provide unbiased search results.
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I know another forum post was created a few days ago and most seemed happy with this new feature...not the FTC
I want it all when i google... not just what they think i want to see.
I am tired of being side-walked and having to dig through a 100 pages to find the opposing viewpoint of an issue.
Maybe that is not what we are talking about... but it pisses me off none the less.
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