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Corporations Sue Google over Results for Competitors

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Corporations Sue Google over Results for Competitors

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Corporations Sue Google over Results for Competitors

Corporations Sue Google over Results for Competitors

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Internet search engine Google says it is deciding whether to appeal a decision by a French court that has implications for its lucrative advertising model. The court ordered Google to stop displaying ads for competitors of Louis Vuitton when users searched for the luxury goods maker. There are similar cases being brought in the United States.

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