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    Google Yields on Search

    “Don’t be evil,” said European antitrust regulators, and after a two-year inquiry, Google has reached a settlement with the European Commission over alleged abuses in online search. While it will not have to change its algorithm, Google will have to plainly label results that feature its own products (Google News or Google Plus Local) and also show links from rival search engines. The biggest change will be in travel, where Google’s own products have led to conflicts with companies like Yelp and TripAdvisor.

    Read it at The New York Times