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April 08, 2011


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But Google would be required to license ITA's software to websites on "commercially reasonable terms" and implement firewalls to prevent inappropriate use of personal infromation gathered from customers, with the proposed settlement detailing "when and for what purpose that data may be used by Google," the Justice Department said.

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