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Google responds to News Corp accusations

Thursday 25 September 2014 | 13:36 CET | News
Google has responded, almost word by word to the letter sent by News Corp to the European Commission. The letter called on the commission to take a tougher stance on Google, which News Corp said was seeking to become a "digital superstate". Google vehemently defended its actions to defend freedom of expression on the internet and to fight onlnie piracy. Google said people were able to enjoy more choice than before and that the company was not punishing smaller companies. The company continued in this vein, and concluded by saying that people have enough evidence to judge for themselves if

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