A $2.8 billion fine isn’t Google’s only legal problem in Europe
Google has been dealt a nasty verdict in one of its European antitrust cases. After many years of investigations and attempted settlements, the EU a few weeks ago found Google to have abused its position in internet search. Google received a record €2.4 billion fine (around $2.87 billion), and the search giant still has to modify its business model in the region to not to favor its own services in search.
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