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May 29, 2007

FTC To Consider Google Buy of DoubleClick

The Google-DoubleClick deal is going to get a look by the Federal Trade Commission.  The story in Ars Technica suggests that privacy concerns are behind the move.  Google has signaled that it would include some privacy safeguards in the kinds of profiles that a combined company would keep.  Whether whatever they have in mind meets the scrutiny of government regulators remains to be seen. 

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