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72 comments

  1. Posted by DIZZY KNUTSAK, at Reply

    2nd DISLIKE WOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!

    • Posted by For Real, at Reply

      DIZZY KNUTSAK *second low life

    • Posted by tasmand wd, at Reply

      now 156 likes WOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Posted by ElChapo Junior, at Reply

    Theodore Roosevelt would have wanted us to bust more trusts RIP

    • Posted by Ethan Ethan, at Reply

      ElChapo Junior he only busted the bad ones

    • Posted by Justin Hill, at Reply

      Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications merged creating Spectrum Cable.

    • Posted by disgusted1, at Reply

      +CreativeType Theodore Roosevelt had nothing to do with the New Deal. He did work diligently at breaking monopolies. But you go on ahead blathering about stuff you apparently know nothing about.

  3. Posted by thuzan117, at Reply

    Remember when we used to have real anti-trust laws here in the states? man we suck nowadays.

    • Posted by asdwaetd, at Reply

      thuzan117 neoliberalism killed everything0

    • Posted by SLR Beats, at Reply

      lol, only 90s kids will remember anti trust laws

    • Posted by Robert Parker, at Reply

      The Anti-Trust laws in America are different. They are suppose to block Monopolys from forming . Like what the Phone company’s did back in the day. They should use them again to break up Monopoly’s in the Media company’s Like Time Warner, Comcast and Disney need to be broken up.

    • Posted by John Smith, at Reply

      Viacom?, Today I thought i’d be my generally angry self but I just learned that rufio from hook has his own vlog and i’m way too excited about it

  4. Posted by mostliberal, at Reply

    THIS JUST SHOWS HOW BRAINWASHED ANNA IS BY CRONY CAPITALISM!

    • Posted by mostliberal, at Reply

      Iron Bowtie IVE ONLY VISITED 4-CHAN ONCE OR TWICE TO SEE WHAT IT WAS ALL ABOUT, AND THOSE VISITS ONLY LASTED A FEW MINUTES EACH

    • Posted by Zombi Pineapple, at Reply

      GOOGLE IS YOUR MASTER! BOW YOUR HEAD!!

    • Posted by Alex da Vinci, at Reply

      mostliberal

      A moton is a *typo*. Anymore questions? 🙂

    • Posted by KL KL, at Reply

      It’s kind of weird how everybody is bashing mostliberal for making an honest observation.

      This is clearly and obviously wrong and Anna ought to know that. I’m not bashing her for not realizing it or saying she’s dumb in any way but clearly she is inclined to think this is fine. Why is that? Because the fabrics of unfettered capitalism have been woven across the USA to the point that money can buy monopolies and unfair practices.

      A lot of people in the US I’m sure would on the surface be like “well this is fine” until they stop to think about it.

  5. Posted by scott skoo, at Reply

    TYT sounds like they’ve been compromised by Google.

    • Posted by masterpassword2, at Reply

      They almost got it when they switched to talking about “what if it was about internet neutrality?” But just couldn’t connect that topic to this one and see the importance of protecting consumers from deceit and malpractise whatever the case.

    • Posted by R.I. C.O, at Reply

      scott skoo I know

    • Posted by mario rossi, at Reply

      Hitchhiking Vagabond are you crazy? there are many and many other options, for google do a thing like that could devalue a big part because in Europe google earns billions of euros every year

    • Posted by disgusted1, at Reply

      +Hitchhiking Vagabond Give up any aspirations you might have about becoming a CEO.

  6. Posted by edward hickey, at Reply

    Google should have the right to promote its products its a private company and its free services.

    • Posted by sailormanariel, at Reply

      And the European Union is a sovereign entity and has the right to set its laws and punish those who break them.

    • Posted by Fals3Agent, at Reply

      Google is a monopoly. A monopoly needs to face more scrutiny than just another other “private company”. Also, Google is public company.

    • Posted by nemesis7884, at Reply

      true monopoly only create inferior producs and services and a less competitive economy which means loss of jobs in the long run

    • Posted by IM4CH1NE, at Reply

      96 billion in profits but only 56 billion outside of Europe, they would almost half everything about their company if they did that. Also someone would jump in that hole so fast, it would be idiotic of them to leave. So your wrong imo.

  7. Posted by Mike Wright, at Reply

    That’s nothing for Google. Disappointed it’s just a small slap on the wrist for breaking antitrust rules.

    • Posted by Walter Anderson, at Reply

      No, it’s a serious hit. Google’s stock dropped 2 and a half percent because of this. Which doesn’t sound like much but is a lot for this company

    • Posted by Honudes Gai, at Reply

      it will bounce back in a week if not less, all that is, is a chance for rich people to buy google stock at a cheaper price

    • Posted by fatupha, at Reply

      I hope it’s more damage than they gain by the strategy they used

  8. Posted by ahmad05122, at Reply

    Why is that even a law? It’s their own search engine… why is it google’s problem that they don’t list competitors higher than them

    • Posted by bro guy, at Reply

      when a company reaches a certain amount of power and wealth checks and balances are needed, they have more money then actual countries, that gives them unimaginable power, power to crush whole areas and businesses, power to directly affect the lives of others not even involved in their actual business, i cant believe this actually needs to be explained in this day and age.

  9. Posted by Colin Silver, at Reply

    I sure hope we have laws like that. It ensures that small companies have a fair chance.

    • Posted by braunXYZ, at Reply

      We do. We just usually do not apply them anymore.

    • Posted by B Sinita, at Reply

      that’s😯 true unfortunately 👀🤦🏿

    • Posted by liquidminds, at Reply

      lol. keep on dreaming.
      If it benefits multinational conglomerates, it’s a law in the US. If it helps small businesses and workers to have a fair chance and step up the ladder, it’s not a law in the US.
      Simple rule of thumb that works in almost any situation.

    • Posted by cobraglatiator, at Reply

      a tad cynical but,rather true.

  10. Posted by Sierra Davis, at Reply

    Use Duckduckgo.com

    • Posted by jmitterii2, at Reply

      I forgot all about duckduckgo.
      Just used it… I like it. They’ve improved it quite a bit!

    • Posted by Prime Technophilia, at Reply

      No easy 3/6/12 month search limits, and it also makes it difficult to identify the dates of search results. Hence I don’t use them, unfortunately.

    • Posted by WeLikeItLikeThis, at Reply

      I use it too and got a lot of my friends to use it as well.

    • Posted by Steven Anchundia, at Reply

      DuckDuckGo is better

  11. Posted by Savage-American Imperialist, at Reply

    TYT should be fined for promoting white racism, inciting violence against cops and white people and they should charged with treason for supporting Muslim terrorists.

    • Posted by A Steer, at Reply

      Don’t you have a Tarantino movie to go protest?

    • Posted by The 4th Reich, at Reply

      bro guy not american I am ukrainian

    • Posted by Julian Birch, at Reply

      Or they could, y’know, practice the same freedoms you are currently practicing that is guaranteed in the First Amendment of the Constitution.

  12. Posted by Gonad Gamer, at Reply

    I wonder how quickly Europe would drop these charges if google cut them off from google and YouTube for 1 week

    • Posted by Mario Quade, at Reply

      Gonad Gamer You nailed it. Google is a search engine and as such is not allowed to favour other subsidiaries of Alphabet, its parent company, in the search results.

    • Posted by Gonad Gamer, at Reply

      Ok I can understand it now from that perspective. But this leaves me with more questions. Unlike the Microsoft lawsuit I mentioned earlier where you are purchasing an operating system that is labeled as such, Google is free to use and it doesn’t have an official label, i.e. no giant banner on the home page claiming it is solely a search engine, so is it actually legal to tell Google that its website has to be only a search engine? Is it really legal to tell Google its website can’t be multipurpose?

    • Posted by ExplainMyGig, at Reply

      If only there was a way to sort by price, like a lowest to highest price. One day some genius company will invent such a high tech feature

    • Posted by Alex Mackay, at Reply

      Gonad Gamer google would lose billions. The EU has an economy the size of the US

  13. Posted by pumpedup bro, at Reply

    I’m happy that google got fined. That’s what they get for shutting down my YouTube channel

    • Posted by Aftertaste, at Reply

      Such an idiotic comment, your channel deserved to get shut down.

    • Posted by pumpedup bro, at Reply

      Aftertaste aww, did i upset you lil jonny?

    • Posted by Marco Esteban, at Reply

      pumpedup bro they shut down your channel cause you are a noob

  14. Posted by RubberWilbur, at Reply

    So TYT answer the following 3 questions.
    1. Where is your story on Bernie Sanders and his wife fleecing investors and tax payers out of millions with their own fake university scam and being investigated by the FBI?
    2. Where is your story where Trump has been vindicated over and over not to have colluded with the Russians & in fact it was Obama who had the responsibility to stop Russia but he didn’t want to hurt Hillary by it coming out?
    3. A CNN producer coming forward admitting the Russia Trump connection is bogus
    CNN = Fake News but TYT = Fake News

    • Posted by A Steer, at Reply

      RobberWilmur read that crap on Breitbart, who fired a journalist after she was assaulted by the Trump campaign manager.

    • Posted by bro guy, at Reply

      shouldnt you be jerking of the gop while they steal from your family?

    • Posted by Alex Mackay, at Reply

      RubberWilbur the story about sanders is fake news. Allegations by a known fraudster. Nothing will come of it and Bernie will still be twice as popular as Trump.

    • Posted by fatupha, at Reply

      1. can you show me any evidence
      2. they did cover that news about Obama knowing it and being unsure, I think it was on Aggressive Progressives, just search for it.
      3. they did cover CNN messing up one source
      Trump hasn’t been vindicated “over and over again”, his side is just claiming that lol

  15. Posted by Bhishma Mago, at Reply

    If 2.7 billion dollars is pocket change for you, then you no longer get to function like a small privately owned business. The libertarian rhetoric no longer applies. A company which controls this much of the global wealth has the capacity to control the “free” market. The EU rule seems fair and sensible. I think they are getting fined too little.

    • Posted by Niklas Gestlöf, at Reply

      you clearly either don’t understand the other argument or choose to ignore it…

      I’ll repeat.
      1.) Google is free to advertise their own products as long as they show it’s sponsored just like every other ad they have, however when they hide commercial in their searches they are deceiving their users.
      2.) Google is part in crafting the rules they are breaking, they aren’t some small business getting screwed they have more resources than most nations and there has to be some basic rules for ALL search engines to keep them neutral and guarantee unbiased information. The consequences of not doing so is losing all integrity that the information you find on ANY search engine isn’t what the owners of said search engine wants you to find!

    • Posted by Niklas Gestlöf, at Reply

      The reason I’m saying all of this is that you seem to think that Google has no obligation to remain neutral in their search engine results. Now I’m informing you that they are required to do so by law! Not only that, they themselves helped to craft those laws.

  16. Posted by ascbeerman, at Reply

    The issue here, aside from violating EU laws, is violating trust. People assume that Google is in the business of providing information, not selling products. Google is taking advantage of that perception. Google may be a business partner of yours but this is the same kind of anti-competitive approach used by many big companies. TYT is on a slippery slope to endorse or even downplay this type of behavior. Bravo to the EU!

    • Posted by MotoBox G, at Reply

      ascbeerman Absolutely!

    • Posted by xfrancescanicolex, at Reply

      Exactly.

  17. Posted by Joe Smith, at Reply

    Google is pure evil.

    • Posted by BluCheeseStudios, at Reply

      He says on YouTube; a site owned by Google

  18. Posted by masterpassword2, at Reply

    “You’re the Young Turks, you power this show” NO, Google powers this show and your weak outcome proves it

    • Posted by TheUltimateBeing01, at Reply

      ROFL

  19. Posted by Jeremy Ellwood, at Reply

    Google’s just practicing for when Ajit Pai fucks over the U.S.