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By Josh Taylor, ZDNet Australia, April 26th, 2012. "Google is seeking leave to appeal the full Federal Court ruling that the search giant had misled users through search results served from its AdWords advertising program.
The case centred around sponsored links for online trading company Trading Post and travel booking firm STA Travel that appeared in Google search results. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) alleged that because the headline of an advertisement link in Google search results often referred to the business name that a person was searching for alone, and then redirected to the Trading Post or STA websites, which had no affiliation with the business being searched for, Google and Trading Post were engaged in deceptive conduct..."
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