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Biz Break: Google search avoids antitrust charges, SunPower deal leads to solar rise

Today: The FTC comes to an agreement with Google on some charges, but says its core search business does not break U.S. antitrust laws. Also: SunPower zooms higher after selling solar projects, helping the entire sector, as markets trend down.

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Ftc Should Examine Facebook-datalogix Partnership, Privacy Group Says

IDG News Service – The U.S. Federal Trade Commission should analyze Facebook's relationship with a data marketer to ensure it doesn't violate the social networking site's recently approved settlement, the Electronic Privacy Information Center said Monday.

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New Study Shows How Google Aids Mortgage Rescue Ripoffs Prompting Consumer Watchdog to Call for FTC to Intervene

WASHINGTON, Feb. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Google has become a leading purveyor of ads by scammers who prey on struggling homeowners, according to a study released today by Consumer Watchdog, and the nonpartisan, nonprofit public interest group has asked the Federal Trade Commission to stop the Internet giant from hosting the ads. (3 days ago)

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