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Re: Google rules search in December; Bing drops

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____/ nessuno on Thursday 14 Jan 2010 19:06 : \____

> On Jan 14, 12:22 pm, bbgruff <bbgr...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> nessuno wrote:
>> > <Quote>
>> > Google's lead over the competition grew in December from November. The
>> > company's November market share was 65.4 percent, while Yahoo's search
>> > share in November was 15.3 percent. It's also worth noting that Bing
>> > dropped significantly in December from its 10.7 percent market share
>> > in November.
>> > </Quote>
>> >http://news.cnet.com/8301-13506_3-10434099-17.html
>> A word of warning - I believe these figures to be for the U.S. only.
>> Following up the links, we find, "The Nielsen Company today reported
>> December 2009 data for the top U.S. Search Providers"
>> Worldwide, we are looking at something like:-
>> Google 85% to over 90% Depending on source)
>> Yahoo 3% to 6%
>> Bing just over 3%
> Right, this is important.  Microsoft is strongest in the US,
> understandably.
> Google's moves vis-a-vis China may hurt them.  There was an
> interesting article in the Wall Street Journal about the debate at the
> top over what to do about the Chinese situation.  According to the
> article, Brin was strongest in advocating a position based on the
> morality of abetting censorship.  He apparently is influenced by his
> experience with censorship in the Soviet Union when he was younger.

Experience? I think he was 5. Could he read?

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