The budget carrier called on Google to enforce greater transparency on its advertising rules to prevent European customers being misled and overcharged. Its concern centres on the prominence of ‘screen-scraper’ websites which monitor fares on airlines’ official sites before reselling them on their own. Websites such as eDreams have been paying for Google to rank their websites above the official Ryanair website in Google searches which, in turn, is misleading customers into booking with the screen-scraper site, Ryanair claims. The airline said it has no issue with Google’s advertising generally but added that it is being used to mislead customers, which is unacceptable. Get the full story at the Irish Examiner