Google On EU’s Anti-Competitive Claims: “Concerns Are Unfounded”

2408559508_2e384da635_o We’re a little over five years into the EU’s antitrust investigation of Google, and today’s back and forth is about Google Shopping results. Back in April, Europe’s antitrust chief, Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, said: Our preliminary view in the SO is that in its general Internet search results Google artificially favors its own comparison shopping… Read More

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