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Google settles French antitrust case over ad practices with fine, concessions

Jun. 07, 2021 7:10 AM ETAlphabet Inc. (GOOG)GOOG, GOOGLBy: Brandy Betz, SA News Editor3 Comments
  • Google (GOOG, GOOGL) has reached a nearly $270M settlement with the French Competition Authority to settle an antitrust probe related to the company's advertising technology.
  • The settlement also came with a list of concessions, which are outlined in a Google blog post and

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We at GOOGLE DON'T use bidding services for North Americans and those in our trade conglumerant our store is online and their are some other places you can buy items!
Just a slap on the cheek. Should fine Facebook 20x that and shut them down.
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Potentially, this opens a door for other countries to pursue a similar course of action vis-a-vis Big Tech, but more specifically GOOGL. The amount ain't much for the tech oligarchs but it has set limits to their growing political clout in the world. Let's see.
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