Google Under Fire
Only a few days ago Google was apologizing for accidentally capturing a great deal of sensitive information, including e-mails, e-mail addresses, and passwords with its street view cars. More on the Indiana Law Blog and Law.com. Today the Wall Street Journal Law Blog tells us that Google’s latest proposed purchase, a flight data software called ITA is being vehemently opposed by several smaller travel companies. They claim that Google with have far too much power over the travel industry. Has Google gotten too big? Is there a point where antitrust questions are nearly automatic when a company expands into a new market?