Google draws more scrutiny over possible antitrust issues

05/23/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Google's vast reach across the Internet is not only drawing attention from the Federal Trade Commission and the Justice Department, but lawyer Gary Reback, who led the antitrust charge against Microsoft in the 1990s. Google's Alan Davidson says he's not surprised: "We're getting larger, and we have been very disruptive within some industries. We know we have a giant bull's-eye on our backs."

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