Canada’s Competition Bureau has finished a three-year investigation into Google and cleared the search giant of accusations it engages in anticompetitive behaviour, now that it has stopped including a certain clause in its contracts with advertisers.

The competition regulator said it had been investigating whether Google uses its dominance in search advertising unfairly by imposing conditions and demands on its customers that make it impossible for its rivals to compete with them for business.

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CBC News – April 20, 2016.



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