[JURIST] Google [corporate website; JURIST news archive] on Monday offered to settle antitrust claims by the European Competition Commission (ECC) [official website]. The company's executive chairman, Eric Schmidt [Forbes profile], sent a letter [NYT report] to ECC Joaquin Almunia [official website] addressing four areas of concerns the ECC pointed out in May, including that the company unfairly abused its Internet search dominance in order to promote its own businesses at the expense of other competitors by displaying more of its...

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