According to a recent news post by Reuters, EU regulators are seeking concessions from Google that can be applied worldwide to resolve concerns about its business practices, the EU’s antitrust chief said on Wednesday, raising the stakes in forthcoming settlement talks.
Will Google ever confess?
SEO Specialist assume that Google has enough creative lawyers and are going to point out that they continuously improve search results according to user preferences. But I’m sure we’re likely to see some minor changes to make the search results more diversified. One example is the recent search result tests we noticed a few days ago, in a browser where ads are blocked.
Recent Google tests for football teams and London
A few days ago SEO Specialist noticed some interesting changes in the search results for London and a few football clubs. Increasing amounts of the information when searching for ‘Tottenham fc’, Liverpool fc, ‘London’ and ‘New York’ is not leading to Google properties, rather Wikipedia.
Where are the YouTube videos? I like to see some videos in the search results and so do millions of other Google users. Are the latest EU regulations going to force Google to remove some of the YouTube listings, Chrome adverts and Google Plus profiles from the search results? We’re yet to see what the EU regulation authorities define as ‘too much of Google’ in their own search results.
What do you think will happen? Will Google be fined over £1 billion just like Microsoft?