Google agreed to a potential European Union deal outline thatwould allow it to avoid a long legal battle over antitrust charges.The EU has stated it has key concerns over several areas ofGoogle's business practices, including how it favors its owncustomers over non-customers, copying content from rivals withoutpermission, shutting out competitors with its advertiseragreements or restricting advertiser campaigns frommoving to rival search engine sites. According toreports, all these issues were addressed in the EU outline, andwill allow Google to avoid antitrust action if the deal isfinalized.

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