By ET Bureau - August 17, 2020 1 Mins Read
Google has recently criticized the proposed antitrust laws by the Australian government. The tech giant said its free search service would be at risk – as the user data could be shared.
It also claimed that the laws would allow bigger media firms to inflate their search rankings artificially. This could lure more viewers to their channels – enabling them with an undue advantage over others. Besides, it could impact YouTube streaming website users.
A statement is advertised on the Google main search page, indicating an increase of tensions between the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and the big tech firms. However, ACCC blamed Google for circulating misinformation.
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