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  • The deal "means there will be no search competition in Japan and that Google will end up controlling all personal search information for all Japanese consumers and businesses," Brad Smith, Microsoft's general counsel, said in a Tuesday statement.

    Yahoo Japan to use Google search tech, not Yahoo's →

  • "The woodland caribou is Idaho's most endangered animal. It is important that they remain protected and we get down to the real work of recovery before they go extinct," said Brad Smith of the Idaho Conservation League.

    Mountain caribou status revised to threatened →

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