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More than 40 million Americans are now using Google search engines, which has given them access to more than 1,000 news outlets and more than 20,000 blogs and social networks, according to a study from the nonpartisan Institute for Governmental Studies.
And more than 70 million people are now paying for Google services through Google ads, according a recent study by the Federal Trade Commission.
Google’s rise in popularity has been attributed to the fact that Google is often referred to as the search engine of the people.
Google has become synonymous with search.
It is the go-to search engine for many Americans, as well as for many businesses.
But Google is also a force for corporate consolidation, a fact that could have major implications for the future of the internet.
For decades, search engines were used by small companies to find the best search results.
Now, they are also used by big businesses.
The Internet search market has become so saturated, some analysts estimate that search could lose a quarter of its market share by 2020.
For example, Facebook’s revenue last year was more than $100 billion.
That is more than Google’s combined revenues.
And if Google does not keep up with the competition, there is no reason for the company to remain the search king, according David Pogue, a professor of management at George Mason University.
Pogue has written extensively about how the search industry is being driven by companies like Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple.
They have been given huge power in the marketplace by regulators and corporate executives.
In a report published last year, Pogue wrote that the search giants have “expanded the reach and reach of their business operations into a broader array of online businesses that are no longer limited to search.
Their dominance has created a new market for online advertising, which is becoming increasingly critical to their continued survival.”
Pogue’s analysis found that Google accounted for more than 80 percent of all US Internet advertising revenue in 2016.
In 2020, Google’s revenue is expected to be more than 60 percent.
Pogue predicts that by 2020, the search giant will control 85 percent of the search market.
In addition to its dominance in search, Google is the largest online advertising company.
In 2016, Google had a total revenue of $17.2 billion.
The company’s market share is expected hit 25 percent in 2020, Pogues report found.
The rise of Google’s dominance could also have a negative impact on democracy.
In the US, Google searches have become a key tool for corporations and individuals to target ads on political campaigns.
But the companies are also under fire for being able to filter search results to exclude information that might be politically controversial.
Google said it only removes political content from the results of its search engine when it “reasonably believes” that such material might be harmful.