Has Google bought itself trouble? (Small Business E-commerce Link Digest – February 26, 2010)
Jeez. The hits just keep on coming for Google. First, Buzz’s privacy issues led to a class action suit, now this:
- A flap over videos posted on YouTube got several executives convicted under Italian law.
- The Atlantic thinks Google’s ad system stifles innovation.
- The European Union wants Google to get rid of street view photos more frequently.
Once upon a time, Microsoft was the big dog on the block, until regulatory issues took its eye off the ball. Before that, it was IBM. While the items above likely don’t spell the end of Google’s dominance, they’re also not likely the end of Google’s troubles.
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