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Google's rivals in Europe are fed up with what they see as Mountain View's intransigent attitude towards the now three-year-long regulatory competition probe of its search business. It's been a month since the European Union's antitrust commissioner Joaquin Almunia gave Google's enemies just four weeks to scrutinise the ad giant …

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3 years! Come on.

Either fine them, let them get away with (and be ready for the fallout), or just tell them what they have to do (and enforce it) and stop waiting for them to do the right thing (yea right, the right thing for them).

No wonder people are loosing faith in government when they cannot make a simple decision.

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Re: 3 years! Come on.

ARGH! KILLIM! SET LOOSE THE NOOSE MOOSE!!!!!

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Re: 3 years! Come on.

Believe it or not, this is the fast track. The usual process would take at least twice the time.

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Identify the rival ads!

If the Google proposal goes ahead I just hope the useless rival "results" from Foundem & their ilk are put in a nice named div so that I can Adblock them into oblivion.

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Re: Identify the rival ads!

Hear, hear.

That would be the ideal solution.

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