rollinj - 5:24 am on Dec 21, 2011 (gmt 0)
Perhaps I read this statement incorrectly:
"For instance, if the monopolist refuses to sell a product or service to a competitor that it makes available to others, or if the monopolist has done business with the competitor and then stops, the monopolist needs a legitimate business reason for its policies."
You could read that as:
Google is legally allowed to block my type of business, so long as they block every other one of my competitors business'.
Which I am almost positive that they do. So unfortunately, I may be out of legal luck unless I can find proof that some of my competitors are currently using their services. Correct?
Damn, time for a drink.