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Google has been given a month to address complaints its search results favour its own services over those of its rivals.
EU regulators said they would end their investigation into the allegations if Google came "forward with a detailed commitment text in January 2013".
If found guilty of breaching anti-trust rules, Google could face a fine of up to $4bn (£2.5bn).
EU competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia said he had "decided to continue with the process towards reaching an agreement" to settle the investigation.There you go, innocent for lack of gumption to get to the bottom of the question. That's impressive considering this was the F.T.C.
restrictions on advertisers from moving their online ad campaigns to rival search enginesWhere did that come from? They start out going after google and now want to limit the advertisers instead? Bizarre...