Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 23rd Nov 2009 14:58 UTC
In the News It is no secret that Microsoft is doing whatever it can to eat away at Google's immense market share of the search market, with Bing being its most ambitious effort yet. Well, it seems the battle just got a whole lot dirtier, as The Financial Times has uncovered news that Microsoft has approached several news content providers, offering them money if they "de-index" their sites from Google.
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That article, as I see it
by sbergman27 on Mon 23rd Nov 2009 19:42 UTC
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I'm not sure what this story has to do with Microsoft, Google, or OSes. It is, however, reasonably brief, so I will quote it in full:

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Edited 2009-11-23 19:44 UTC

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