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Google has been fined yet again by European antitrust regulators. The search giant copped a €1.49 billion fine (AU$2.38 billion) for the illegal misuse of its dominant position in the market for the brokering of online search adverts. The ruling said the company was abusing its market dominance by limiting

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The rivalry between Spotify and Apple has taken a legal turn. The audio streaming giant has filed an antitrust complaint with the European Commission against Apple, claiming its App Store purposely limits choice and stifles innovation at the expense of the user experience. In a post, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek

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The U.S President has attacked the European Union’s decision to fine Google AU$6.85 billion for illegal practices regarding its Android mobile operating system, which powers 80 per cent of mobile devices worldwide. Google’s CEO also hit back at the decision saying the ruling ignores the choice Android had created for

European regulators have fined Google €2.42 billion (AU$3.57 billion) for abusing its market dominance in search by giving an unfair advantage to its own comparison shopping service. On top of the initial fine, the ruling means Google will have to change the way its search function operates in Europe or