Leibowitz Still Looking for Third Vote at FTC to Bring Google Search Manipulation Antitrust Case

By: Monday December 10, 2012 4:40 pm

Google is out there whispering in the ears of journalists that they are off the hook for search manipulation and that there are three solid votes in opposition to the FTC pursuing the case. Perhaps they know things nobody else does, but if it’s true, it will raise all kinds of questions about the agency’s balk, particularly with regard to commissioner Edith Ramirez.

Jon Leibowitz’ Legacy at the FTC: Irrelevance in the Digital Age?

By: Friday November 30, 2012 2:03 pm

It’s expected that Liebowitz will leave the FTC by the end of the year, and he’d like to wrap up the Google antitrust case before he does. But if he decides that his swan song will be another softball settlement for Google, his legacy at the FTC would likely be the agency’s irrelevance in the digital age.

David vs. Goliath: Consumer Watchdog Gets Their Day in Court With Google

By: Tuesday November 13, 2012 1:35 pm

Consumer Watchdog will get their day in court as they oppose the proposed settlement between Google and the FTC over the Safari browser hack, wherein Google allegedly violated the consent decree they signed with the FTC in the “Google Buzz” case.

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