Google search will see "significant changes" in Europe

02/6/2014 | Mashable

The EU has tentatively accepted Google's antitrust proposal that will enable the search engine giant to avoid $5 billion in fines. According to Google's proposal, its search engine will clearly label its own specialized search features, separate those results from organic ones and display prominent results from three rivals. "We will be making significant changes to the way Google operates in Europe," said Google General Counsel Kent Walker.

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