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Google’s quest to control everything from the news to social media has left consumers exposed to the potential for online censorship, says a new study.
The study, commissioned by the Internet Society, the trade group for internet service providers, and authored by research firm Ipsos, found that, as Google seeks to control how people access the internet, consumers are in danger of being left behind.
In an analysis of data from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, Ipsos found that while Google’s efforts to control information flow to users are largely successful, Google’s attempts to control social media and search are less effective.
In a study published last month, Ipsotis found that social media companies are now responsible for 57% of all internet traffic in the United States.
And in the years since Google launched its search engine, the company has aggressively sought to control content and its distribution.
Google has been accused of manipulating search results and has lost control of search results, and is under scrutiny for its alleged manipulation of the Google News service.
But while Google is still the world’s largest search engine company, Ipso’s research shows that its efforts to censor content has been largely ineffective, despite the fact that it has been able to make an even bigger impact on consumers through its advertising.
Ipsos’s study found that of the approximately 6,500 websites that Google controls, only 4% of them are considered to be “free” by search engines, which means that Google is able to control what people see.
For example, Google owns the most popular news sites, and also the most powerful and popular search engines.
But despite the large concentration of power at Google’s disposal, the research found that the vast majority of its content is accessible to consumers through the Google Search Engine, which has been in the process of consolidating its search results into a single central site.
Ipsotises study also found that in 2015, Google was responsible for a disproportionate amount of social media content, more than three times the amount of content that it had in 2015.
“This is because of the dominance of Google search in the market place and the dominant position of Google in the news industry,” the report said.
“It is possible that Google’s social media strategy has enabled Google to control and dominate the search results in the media.”
Google is the biggest marketer of search in America, and the largest advertiser for online search services.
In 2017, Google generated $4.2 billion in revenues from advertising, a 25% increase from 2014.
That revenue is a major contributor to Google’s market share, according to Ipsos.
The market is also dominated by Microsoft, which accounts for more than half of all search engine traffic in America.
While Google has become a dominant force in the search market, it has also become a major competitor to Microsoft.
The two companies are currently embroiled in a legal dispute over control of the Bing search engine.
Microsoft has argued that Google should not be allowed to control Bing.
In 2018, Microsoft settled a $1 billion lawsuit with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), which alleged that Google had monopolized the search engine’s search engine results.
Google denies the claims, arguing that Bing was not an exclusive product of Google, and that it’s free and open for anyone to use.
“We’re trying to compete with Google, we’re trying for users to get more search results,” said Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google.
“And we want to make sure that users can get results that they want, and to be able to get results for the content that they like.”