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Old 01-22-2010, 02:49 AM   #10
CleverClothe
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Because i've read the official statement of the german antitrust division. (Reuters as well as dpa published it).

Basically the official statement announces: Yes there were three complaints (two of them were made by Ciao and the german publishers), though currently we (german antitrust division) opened a official antitrust investigation only regarding Google's business practices against Ciao.

I guess the antitrust division itself is the best source for informations regarding the antitrust investigation.
Thank you for a link, but that says nothing about the German publishers. Unless Google Translate is "censoring" the article.

The TechDirt article (and a few others) appears to be wrong (there is only one investigation, related to Ciao). But the NYT and other articles appear to be right, there have been complaints filed by the German publishers.
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