Google sued by Streetmap over 'unfair' competition


Streetmap declined because it failed to 'add value' for users, argues Google

Google is being sued by Streetmap over claims that the internet giant unfairly favours its own online mapping service to the detriment of rivals. Google provides itself with "preferential treatment"...

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