Subpoenas likely in FTC investigation of Google

08/23/2011 | AdLawByRequest.com

The Federal Trade Commission will be asking Google's partners, advertisers and competitors about how the company behaves as part of an antitrust investigation. The FTC is likely to focus on how Google displays search results and ties in advertiser links, according to lawyers Rachel A. Rubin and Joseph I. Rosenbaum. Advertisers might be asked about contracts with Google; ranking, objectivity and manipulation of search results; and the advertising market.

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