A day before a deadline set by the European Union, Google has taken steps to rectify what the political grouping had alleged was the use of its search engine dominance to favour itself in its comparison shopping service.
The question in the US today is whether Silicon Valley's biggest players need the same grilling usually reserved for Wall Street.
Any narrative about monopoly practices is deemed a threat by Google because it has just had to give in to the European Union on a big case, according to Barry Lynn, a former employee of the New America Foundation think-tank who lost his job recently after he criticised the search giant.
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