The Economist about german "Googlephobia":
VERBOTEN! This seems to be Germany’s default reaction to digital disrupters. [...] Instead of trying to put Google in a straitjacket, German politicians would do better to raze the barriers that make it so hard for startups on the old continent to grow as fast as they do in America. Rather than lobby the European Commission to clamp down on Google, they should push Jean-Claude Juncker, the new president of the commission, to make good on his promise to create, at last, a single market for digital services. Cutting regulations at home would be a better way of securing Germany’s digital future than decrying innovators from abroad, just because they are big and American.
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