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(Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. has threatened to cut off access to its internet-search data, which it licenses to rival search engines, if they don’t stop using it as the basis for their own artificial intelligence chat products, according to people familiar with the dispute.Most Read from BloombergDeutsche Bank Drops in Selloff Citi Describes as IrrationalRussia Seeks 400,000 More Recruits as Latest Ukraine Push Stalls‘Zoom Towns’ Exploded in the Work-From-Home Era. Now New Residents Are Facing
The company has told at least two customers that using its Bing search index - a map of the internet that can be scanned in real time - to feed their AI chat tools violates the terms of their contract, the news agency said, citing people familiar with the dispute. Redmond, Washington-based Microsoft may also terminate licenses providing access to its search index, Bloomberg added. Microsoft did not immediately respond to a request for a comment.