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ECT News Community   »   E-Commerce Times Talkback   »   Re: Google Brings Hamster-Eating Into Sticks-and-Stones Brawl With News Corp.



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News Corp. and Google have lashed out at each other as the EU reconsiders the terms of its proposed antitrust settlement with the latter. News Corp. essentially accused Google of nefarious behavior in a letter to the European Competition Commissioner over the EU's proposed antitrust settlement with Google. Perhaps the irony of the situation hit Google hard -- News Corp., after all, is not known for its scrupulous adherence to ethics.
Google responded by saying Murdoch was accusing it of eating his hamster, a reference to a 1989 tabloid story.


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