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  1. 1. ==== ====Hello from Amy Kinn,http://c5d19xz8y4snpzoiu3ptulsh85.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=MOBILEBANDIT==== ====The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) shocked the crowds by unanimously approving thetakeover of AdMob Inc. by Google Inc. The FTC stated that the takeover will not undermine thecompetition in the emerging market of mobile advertising. The excuse is not quite convincingthough. Mobile advertising is still an emerging industry and that is why Google may not appear asa Monopoly at the moment. Think about that, who would predict Microsoft to become a monopolyin the 1950s? The FTC has always been very tough on the mergers or takeovers that violate theantitrust law. But this time, its attitude has changed radically towards this Internet searchingcompany. What is wrong?Google seems to receive a lot of benefits from the federal government recently. It just received thepermit from Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to get into electric business bylaunching Google Energy. All the members in FERC agreed the Internet search giant to sellelectricity like an electric utility. Google knows nothing about the energy industry, how come theFERC allowed it to serve utilities to the public? Google is becoming a conglomerate!My opinion is that all these are very likely to be related to the closure of Google China. In January,Google, surprised others, threatened the Chinese government that it is going to leave China if theChinese government fails to provide explanation for the cyber attack on several of its servers andGmail accounts. In addition, Google asserted that it would no long obey the Chinese law to filterthe local search results. Many young people in China praised the American company for itscourage to flight for human rights.However, the whole thing was dubious. It makes no sense for a public traded company to riskleaving one of the biggest Internet markets in the world. It was not being responsible to itsinvestors by taking such a big risk when facing its unfriendly competitors, such as Apple Inc. andMicrosoft Inc. How did a little company dare to start a war with a government, which caused thecompany to lose thousands of contracts in the mainland China? Undoubtedly, Google was boundto lose in front of a regime. The stalemate lasted 2 months and ended with Google closing itsChinese office in Beijing.At that time, there were many people doubted that the American government was backing thesearching engine. The US government is famous for using human rights as a tool to attackdeveloping countries like China. Recent news suggests that Googles move was very likely amove by the US to pressure China on its human rights issue. The recent approvals by the FTCand FERC are very likely the repayment by federal government for Googles sacrifice during thebattle with the Chinese government.Although there are still many issues remain dubious and unsolved, we can predict that, in thefuture, there will be more favor come from the federal government to this Internet giant based in
  2. 2. Mountain View, Calif.Read more on: http://stockmania-outsidethemarket.blogspot.com/Chao Lu is an independent investor and currently a college student at Colby-Sawyer College, NH.The article comes from the Outsider, a recently launched blog created by Chao. In the blog, theauthor posts weekly analysis about the US financial market and tracks the hedge fund industry ona daily basis. Blog link: http://stockmania-outsidethemarket.blogspot.com/Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Chao_Lu==== ====Hello from Amy Kinn,http://c5d19xz8y4snpzoiu3ptulsh85.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=MOBILEBANDIT==== ====