Are Google rankings a right, or a privelege?

KinderStart, a directory and search engine for information related to children, sued Google in March after it fell to a “zero” ranking in the Google index. The lawsuit claimed that by lowering KinderStart’s site in its PageRank system, Google had engaged in “pervasive monopolistic practices” that led to the denial of the site’s free speech rights, prevention and destruction of competition, and predatory pricing, among nine counts total.

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