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Microsoft adCenter Terms and Conditions Update on June 21
Microsoft and Yahoo are making headway with their anti-Google search and online advertising partnership. Having received the go-ahead from antitrust authorities, the duo is currently working to finalize the Bing and Yahoo marriage for customers in the United States and Canada by the end of this year. And while the Yahoo and Microsoft Search Alliance is evolving, the Redmond company announced that an update would be introduced to the Microsoft adCenter terms and conditions next month.
The refresh to the adCenter terms and conditions is designed to enable customers to leverage the unified search marketplace in the U.S. and Canada that Microsoft and Yahoo are building. The software giant has already sent all adCenter customers an email informing of the changes coming to Terms and Conditions on June 21st, 2010.
Full read: Microsoft adCenter Terms and Conditions Update on June 21 - For the Yahoo and Microsoft Search Alliance - Softpedia
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