"Google now has an 85 percent market share for search in the region’s five largest economies, including Britain, France and Germany, compared with less than 80 percent in 2009, according to the research company comScore. Google’s share of the American market stands at roughly 65 percent.Principles Are No Match for Europe’s Love of U.S. Web Titans - NYTimes.com
Facebook — the target of several government investigations for its tax practices in Europe — also has more than doubled its number of European users, to over 150 million, in the last five years, and the social network’s European user numbers now outpace American figures, according to the social media research company eMarketer."
Monday, July 07, 2014
Principles Are No Match for Europe’s Love of U.S. Web Titans - NYTimes.com
From a snapshot of European Web users' priorities