The Commission has obtained a second commitment proposal from Google in the context of the ongoing antitrust investigation on online search and search advertising. In its proposal, Google has now accepted to guarantee that whenever it promotes its own specialized services on its web page (e.g. for products, hotels, restaurants), the services of three rivals, selected through an objective method, will also be displayed in a way that is clearly visible to users and comparable to the way in which Google displays its own services. This shall be applied not only for existing specialized search services but also to changes in the presentation of those services and for future services. Based on the new proposal, the Commission now considers that the commitments offered by Google are capable of addressing all its competition concerns. The Commission will consult on this view with those who have complained to the Commission about Google's practices, before taking a final decision on whether or not to make the commitments legally binding on Google. Source: Commission Press Release 5/2/2014.