Un article du Spiegel
Google has long insisted that it is "not a conventional company." An increasing number of users, competitors and advertisers are starting to doubt that claim. As the intransparent search engine giant expands its offerings, companies that stand in the way claim they are being made to suffer. Anti-trust agencies on both sides of the Atlantic are listening. By SPIEGEL Staff
Part 1: The Intransparent Methods of an Internet Giant
Part 2: Why Google Is (No Longer) Objective
Part 3: The Pitfalls of Google’s Advertising Business
Part 4: The Lobbying Battle over "Fair Search"
Part 5: The Government Takes on Google
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