Antitrust: The European Commission Puts Pressure on Google

If Google is not to be the object of prosecution in Europe, the European Commissioner said it depends only on the firm and the concessions will be. Because Joaquin Almunia, Google for abuse of its dominant position in the search to promote its services. Contrary to the FTC, the European Commission seems determined not to pass the sponge on Google practices, in particular with regard to online search. The European Commissioner for competition, Joaquin Almunia, once again presented the pressure on the American giant. He recalled if Google wanted to…

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After Launched, Dahlan Iskan Tuxuci Electric Car Crash

Tuxuci electric cars belongs to the Minister of SOEs, Dahlan Iskan has been crashed in Magetan, East Java on January 5, 2013 03:00 PM local time. Condition of the car was badly damaged. The car is driven solely by Dahlan Iskan that slammed into a cliff and electric poles and then crashed into an Isuzu Panther who is on parking. The Isuzu Panther was not scratched just rub against it because of brake tension. The Head of Public Relations of the Ministry of SOEs Faisal Halimi explained, post-accident condition of…

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The Creators Of Tuxuci Electric Car Disappointed His Work Was Not Appreciated

The creator of the Tuxuci electric car, Suryatama Danet, was disappointed for his work to build an electric car is not appreciated. “As an Indonesian, I really wanted to do something for this country. But I got even my copyrights violated,” Danet said when contacted in Jakarta on Thursday. According to Danet, the party that violated the ethics is an auto modification workshop company, Kupu Kupu Malam located in Sleman, Yogyakarta. “Unbeknownst by me, the car engine of Tuxuci belongs to Dahlan Iskan were disassembled to pieces. This is not…

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Antitrust: Google Not Wrong, Microsoft Rattle

Microsoft is unhappy: the FTC and Google have finally reached an agreement for the giant lightweight, will not change much. Google and the FTC have announced their agreement last night, and it may already seem like a victory for the Internet giant. The Federal Trade Commission, the trade in the United States regulatory body, has concluded its investigation of two years by a whitening of Google. In final statement, the FTC estimated that Google has not overstepped its rights by rearranging the results of its search engine to put forward…

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