According to the NYTimes, the convicted monopolist has complained that the $3.1 billion deal might be an anti-trust action by Google.
Vole has complained that the deal will hurt competition in the fast-growing market for advertising on the Web and raise questions about how much personal information would be collected by Google, which is already a dominant player in online advertising.
A spokesVole said the purchase of DoubleClick by Google would, "combine the two largest distributors of online advertising" and thus "substantially reduce competition in the advertising market on the Web."
How life would be any different if Vole had won the hand of the company he did not say. µ
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