Google is starting to look a lot like Microsoft  

Posted by Mohammad Talha in ,

by Tom Sullivan (story Link)

Too bad Google picked up Team Redmond's bad behaviors -- the ones that negatively impact IT and the public at large. Take the recent agreement with Yahoo, for instance.

"The deal to let Google sell its ads on Yahoo's Web site, and share an estimated $800 million a year in revenue, is bad for business, bad for consumers, and bad for IT," Bill Snyder writes in Warning: Google is becoming Microsoft's evil twin. "It will raise Web advertising rates by more than 20 percent. It ought to be stopped."

Simply put, it will give Google/Yahoo a near monopoly on Internet advertising, Snyder asserts.

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