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Who is Elizabeth Warren? Microsoft’s Bing might have the answer. (Bing screen shot)

“Aren’t we all glad that now we have the option of using Google instead of being stuck with Bing?”

That line has quickly become the most highlighted sentence in Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s Medium post Friday morning outlining a plan to break up Facebook, Amazon and Google, as part of her presidential campaign. Microsoft has yet to comment publicly on the jab, but the comment is getting plenty of reaction from everyone else, positive and negative.

For the record, Microsoft Bing and related services have become a respectable portion of Microsoft’s business, generating more than $6.8 billion in search advertising revenue for the company in its latest fiscal year, or about 6 percent of Microsoft’s overall revenue of $110 billion, although Google continues to dominate the search market.

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