Google has finally put an end to the days when you can find an eBook on with Google’s Search Engine Optimization algorithm

A couple of months ago, Google announced it would stop offering Kindle eBooks to anyone who searched for ebooks from Google in the past six months.

That was a massive blow to the ebook market, which was the biggest beneficiary of the search engine optimization program.

It was the second major move Google has made in a matter of months.

The first came in February, when it announced it was changing the way it handles ebooks and would remove its search engine ads from some Kindle titles.

That change came after Amazon filed suit against Google for its actions.

Amazon’s complaint against Google came as a big surprise, given that Amazon had spent years fighting Google’s search algorithm changes.

The search giant had been working with Google on its Kindle ebooks project for years.

When the first version of the book was launched in June, Amazon had already paid Google $6 million to support the project.

At the time, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said the book would help “help millions of people with their first Kindle.”

That’s because Google’s algorithm changes affected ebooks that didn’t already have search results for them.

Google was the one who added the search results, Amazon argued.

Amazon also argued that Google’s actions harmed the Amazon Kindle program, which Amazon said is one of the largest Kindle sales platforms.

Amazon says that it had spent $3.8 billion to develop Kindle books and that about 80 percent of the Kindle books sold are on Kindle.

The Kindle is Amazon’s most popular e-reader, which is why it’s been an easy target for Google.

The Kindle e-book store, meanwhile, is the biggest market for the Kindle.

About 10 percent of Kindle eReaders are sold on the store.

Amazon’s lawsuit argued that these Kindle sales, along with the Kindle’s success, made Google’s decision to drop the search algorithm a “clear and manifestly illegal” act.

It also argued Amazon should be able to sue Google for $2 billion for every e-mail it sends to Kindle users.

Google and Amazon also fought over the issue of how Amazon’s Kindle eBookstore would operate.

Amazon argues that Amazon should get to control the books that are purchased from its Kindle store, which it said would give it a “strong and direct stake in how the e-books are sold to consumers.”

In fact, Amazon argues in its complaint that it should control “the selection and delivery of e-readers from Kindle’s online bookstore.”

Amazon also argues that it shouldn’t be able have any say in what kind of books are sold through its store.

Amazon argues that Google should not be able “to determine what kind and quantity of eBooks will be offered in the Amazon e-store.”

That is a common argument for the search engines that Google is competing with in the ebook space.

Google says that Amazon’s business model is to make e-commerce products that are more like brick-and-mortar stores.

That way, it can charge more for those products and earn more revenue.

In its complaint, Amazon also argued in its case that Google violated antitrust laws by trying to take over the Kindle eStore and that Google has violated antitrust law by “stealing” the Kindle from Amazon.

It said that Amazon “is not in fact an e-retailer.”

It’s true that Amazon has its own retail stores and Amazon does sell e-reading devices and software.

But Amazon is not a retailer.

It’s a marketplace, and the way Google does business is to buy and sell on Amazon, Amazon said in its statement.

The company also said that Google didn’t have a legitimate market for Kindle eReading because it was trying to “take advantage of a market that’s not even there.”

Google’s search engine changes are part of a broader trend toward eliminating ads in the digital book market.

For years, publishers and authors have complained about ads in their e-Readers and other digital books, which has led to publishers and writers to develop their own ad networks.

Those ad networks often offer ads based on the content of the ebooks they’re selling.

That means the ads aren’t tied to a specific e-Book or content, which makes them less intrusive.

Google’s move comes as Amazon’s Amazon Store has struggled.

In the first quarter of this year, Amazon’s online store posted a loss of more than $30 million.

In addition, it reported a quarterly loss of $3 million, a far cry from the $2.7 billion that Amazon posted in the first half of the year.

The company also lost $7.7 million in the second quarter.

Amazon has also faced some problems in the eBook market.

Last year, it lost more than 100,000 e-Books to pirates, according to a study by eMarketer.

That’s a lot of books that publishers and readers didn’t want to have on their shelves.

Google is trying to solve this problem with its new Kindle