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Canadian Regulators Place Google’s Business Model Under Microscope

Among the many Internet success stories of the past two decades, Google stands alone. The undisputed king of search, hundreds of millions rely on it daily, supporting an Internet advertising business model that generates tens of billions of dollars annually.

My weekly technology law column (Toronto Star version, homepage version) notes that kind of success invariably leads to legal and regulatory issues, though most of Google’s legal fights have focused on content, such as the inclusion of controversial websites in its search index, the digitization of millions of books through its book search initiative, and the removal of links that may lead to websites that host infringing content.   

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January 21, 2014 7 comments Columns

Canadian Regulators Place Google’s Business Model Under Microscope

Appeared in the Toronto Star on January 18, 2014 as Canadian Regulators Put Google’s Business Model Under Microscope Among the many Internet success stories of the past two decades, Google stands alone. The undisputed king of search, hundreds of millions rely on it daily, supporting an Internet advertising business model […]

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Microsoft Likely to Get More Experience in Court

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September 7, 2001 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive

Net at Stake Despite Ruling

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June 29, 2001 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive