back to article No one can compete with Google... unless it opens its click-and-query data to rivals, says UK markets watchdog

The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has proposed that Google should open its click-and-query data up to rival search engines to help them improve search algorithms and properly compete with the web giant. The CMA, a non-ministerial government department with powers to fine companies, discussed the move in the …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    ROFL

    Google will mke sure that this never ever happens.

    How?

    Just pay a few more quid in tax to HMRC. All nice and legal like... and most certainly not in a brown envelope. I say 'envelope' the paltry amount would fit in one even if the sum inside was made up of £5.00 notes.

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