A recent resolution is passed by the lawmakers in European Union that would force Internet companies to separate search engines from commercial services. Even though it is not mentioned Internet search giant Google, was the target of the vote. Also Read - Will Convert All State-Run Madrasas Into a General School: Assam Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma

Members of the European parliament voted with a vast majority on a resolution aimed at keeping companies, such as Google, from dominating the search engine market. Also Read - Anything For Education: Goa Students Trek 3km Everyday to Reach Hilltop to Access Internet For Online Classes

The market share of Google is more in Europe than it is in US itself. This has been a major concern for European authorities. This vote now makes it clear about European Union’s displeasure at Google’s dominance in it market. Also Read - Will You Send Your Kids to School If They Reopen in October? 71% Parents Say No; Reveals Survey

Never before have such an event occurred where European parliament has voted to break up a company. And this makes it a historic decision. A Google spokesman said the company had not seen the guidelines but would “study them carefully” when they were released.