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A Third EU Antitrust Complaint Against Google Could Mean $20 Billion In Potential Fines

Unsurprisingly, the European Commission (EC) has filed a third "Statement of Objections" against Google's parent company, Alphabet Inc. on Thursday.  Not only that, the antitrust regulator even amended charges associated with initial shopping search case.  It looks like Google is now dealing with three different active antitrust cases in Europe, all at the same time. The [...]

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EU And Social Sites Announce Code Of Conduct In Order To Limit “Viral Hate Speech”

A number of big names have announced a "Code of Conduct" governing "illegal hate speech" online in the EU.  These names are: The European Commission Facebook Google (YouTube Twitter Microsoft The various involved entities issued a statement that explained the new framework earlier today: In order to prevent the spread of illegal hate speech, it is essential [...]

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Report: Europe Readying “Record-Breaking” $3.4 Billion Antitrust Fine Against Google

In a report by The Daily Telegraph, Google is on the cusp of being hit with a "record-breaking" antitrust fine by the European Commission.  It apparently will be“in the region of €3 billion” ($3.39 billion).  Ouch. The Daily Telegraph, which cites sources familiar with the European Commission's proceedings, says that the penalty is coming "within weeks."  It's [...]

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