More on Google’s orchestrated insecurities
Google, based in Mountain View, California, is seeking “to obfuscate the relevant market issues and just say that everything in the world competes with Google,” said Robert Lande, a University of Baltimore law professor. “I think they’re going to lose on that issue, but of course they’re going to try.”
Google Inc. increased its U.S. market share to 65.3 percent in September, up from 64.8 percent in August, as Yahoo! Inc. dropped to less than 16 percent, according to ComScore Inc., a Reston, Virginia market research firm.