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Europe hits Google with €1.49 billion fine for breaking antitrust law with AdSense restrictions

Wednesday March 20, 2019. 01:38 PM , from BetaNews
The European Commission has hit Google with another large fine, this time €1.49 billion ($1.69 billion) for engaging in anti-competitive practices with its advertising tool AdSense. Google was found guilty of breaking antitrust laws by blocking third party rivals from using AdSense to display advertisements. This is the third fine the Commission has levelled against Google in the last couple of years, but this most recent one is less than a third of the previous record fine for other antitrust violations. See also: Copying Microsoft, Google is bringing browser choice to Android to stave off antitrust regulators Google announces Stadia,… [Continue Reading]

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