Eye tracking study confirms that Google benefits most from its proposed ‘rival links’ solution to EU abuse concerns

PACA is pleased to be a new member of ICOMP An eye tracking study, commissioned by ICOMP (Initiative for a Competitive Online Marketplace) has revealed that Google’s proposed commitments relating to the display of rival links, continue to weigh heavily in favour of Google’s own services and will not help rivals to compete against the company. The […]

CEPIC submits EU antitrust complaint against Google Images

PACA, along with the other U.S. associations mentioned below, joined this antitrust complaint as there was no viable option here in the United States for fighting Google’s revised search engine results.  Due to our less restrictive anti-trust laws and favorable decisions for Google in 9th circuit, bringing a similar case against Google stateside would be […]