Google CEO Larry Page has blasted Facebook for not allowing Google to search its data. The battle goes back several years, and escalated when Google launched its social network, Google+, in June 2011. And in interview Monday with Charlie Rose, Page repeated his concerns about Facebook.
Rose, who is also co-host of "CBS This Morning," discussed his Page interview with correspondent Rebecca Jarvis in the video above. (Disclosure: CNET is a unit of CBS Interactive.)
"I think it's been unfortunate that Facebook has been pretty closed with their data ... and I think we would certainly -- … Read more