. . . “I think Google’s going to continue to push the envelope” with its U.S. search as a result of the decision, said Darren Hayes, who chairs the computer information systems program at Pace University in New York.
Antitrust regulators in Europe separately investigating Google for many of the same issues could implement restrictions that would make the U.S. an even more important market for Google, says Hayes.
“Things are tightening in Europe,” he said. “… then the U.S. market, in terms of gathering personal information, is more important than ever.”
Hayes says that means that in the U.S., “search bias” will likely increase.
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