"That's because regulators — especially those in the thick of deciding whether to settle with Google over antitrust — now have the prospect of additional search competition," Gannes writes.
Since the basis of the European Commission's case against Google is that the search giant is abusing its dominance of the market, Facebook's entry into the market proves that it is indeed competitive.
Head on over to AllThingsD for Gannes' full analysis.
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