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You can give Google -- -- as tech rivals but the Federal Trade Commission is looking into Google.
In an antitrust probe and has now subpoenaed apple as part of the investigation Shibani Joshi is here.
With the latest -- tell you -- group and -- world and once you start -- poke holes in a line he starts again and to other people's business and that's exactly what's happening here.
The FTC is now opening up a preliminary probe we're investigation into Google on the -- it does business.
And it's starting to get involved and looking into contracts and it -- -- but some of its partners like some of its partners including apple.
We're learning -- said dad not just Apple's being asked for information that is other mobile carriers out there other mobile providers.
Hard hardware handset makers as well also Apple's not getting singled out in any way shape or form.
But -- cracks in the issue the probe centers on how it integrates Google search service because on the iPhone in the -- had.
It is a preferred its search service of our voice also Google Maps is same sort of thing and what it wants to examine air whether or not in that agreement routine Google and apple.
If it is anti competitive.
In any sort of weight in that arrangement now -- -- -- on the defensive for several months remember back in September Eric Schmidt.
The former CEO and executive chairman of of Google testified before congress clarifying its new privacy policies.
Maintaining its motto we -- or not doing any evil here here's what we're trying to do you really explain it and laid out there because they think there are a lot of concerns.
And this is yet another example.
How they're so much more growing scrutiny towards at the towards Google and that's related partners.
But -- in particular -- has an 85%.
Share of the search market as a whole what's -- -- that real -- do you think that they're gonna -- -- practices -- -- you know my -- I -- I wouldn't make -- -- on -- -- you know I have no idea -- the sense of there of their agreements -- but you know I think we -- on the cost that of a change in in the way the Internet is sort of police -- -- -- 'cause there's no policing.
Whether or not they're gonna be laws now a lot more disclosure because yes there are privacy settings but you know everytime I come -- -- -- I tell we talk about how.
Other big companies are -- these issues there's always loop the loop holes and I think we're gonna start to get a lot more transparency in an overall I think that's a positive thing we have coming up next -- -- continue our ads focus on what's happening in the markets obviously what happened of the big stress -- yesterday Anton chats with men and capital advisors will join us and he's pretty bullish on the markets as well excellent --
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