Barry Diller, chairman of Expedia and InterActiveCorp, says Google’s use of its search engine to support its expansion into new internet services gives it an unfair advantage and puts it on a collision course with antitrust regulators. “I think it is disturbing that Google is moving into serving individual spaces, rather than being search neutral,” Mr Diller said. The comments come less than two weeks after Google agreed to pay $700 million for ITA Software, a co. whose technology is used to find airline flights and tickets prices – FT
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