Report: Microsoft worried about search neutrality

A Google policy counsel wrote this post in October on the company's commitment to fair competition, noting that the company uses an algorithm to decide where results fall in its listings. 

In October, when the FCC moved to make net neutrality rules, Kim Hart examined the possibility that Microsoft had moved to the center in the open Internet debate, no longer supporting the broadest consumer protections against infringements by Internet service providers. Smith acknowledged as much during the Q&A, according to PubliCola's report.