Source: The Financial Times
quote: A quick Google <gasp> search for "india search engines" brings up all kinds of alternatives to Google in india. So, why not use them?
quote: It's not "people" who are complaining. Generally people are overwhelmingly pleased with Google. Obviously this is the case, because other search engines barely get any traffic compared to Google.
quote: Generally people are overwhelmingly pleased with Tesla . Obviously this is the case, because other auto makers barely get any sales compared to Tesla .
quote: I just want you to realize that your two statements don't actually have any relation.
quote: The issue they have is with Google's monopoly position.[...]If Google is using their dominant position in search to push up their own products in their search rankings - then it's an abuse and they should be taken to task for it.
quote: The basic allegation is that Google -- which controls a majority of customer search traffic -- is overriding its own algorithms such that the best services are bumped down in the search results, making them less used and harder to find. Google in turn is said to give prominent positions to its own in-house offerings
quote: India's Matrimony.com , says the case has some unique elements, though, which may make it more costly for Google.
quote: the difference in MS anti trust case was most Windows users have no knowledge other internet browser exist because IE came installed with Windows.
quote: But, if they state that they do this in their terms of service, well, I can't see a problem with it