US regulators closed a lengthy antitrust probe into Google on Thursday, saying there was not enough evidence to show the Internet giant manipulated its search results to harm its competitors.
Google headquarters in Mountain View, California on Septmeber 2, 2011. US regulators said Thursday they would not charge Google with illegal bias in Internet search, but won commitments from the tech titan to end its "most troubling" practices, officials said Thursday.
The Federal Trade Commission said it lacked a legal basis to bring a case against Google for allegedly abusing its dominance in Internet searches, but it won commitments from the tech titan to end its "most troubling" practices.
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