FTC: Google's search service doesn't break antitrust law

The Federal Trade Commission says it couldn't find evidence that Google's Internet search business violates antitrust or anti-competition law. The decision, which concludes an investigation that lasted nearly two years, is expected to let Google expand its already-dominant position.

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