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France fines Google €150 million for abusing its ad dominance

The French competition regulator just announced it’s issuing a whopping €150 million antitrust fine on Google, Reuters reports. The watchdog found Google had abused its dominant position in the ad market by implementing unclear and unpredictable rules on Google Ads — the company’s ad platform. According to...
The French competition regulator just announced it’s issuing a whopping €150 million antitrust fine on Google, Reuters reports. The watchdog found Google had abused its dominant position in the ad market by implementing unclear and unpredictable rules on Google Ads — the company’s ad platform. According to the regulator, Google has around 90 percent of the online search business in France. That’s why it’s paramount the US tech giant ensures fair access to Google ads. “One of the great principles of competition law is that with great power comes great responsibility,” explained Isabelle de Silva, the head of the French regulator.… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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