SEO News

Commission European

  1. EU Commissioner Hints at YouTube Probe After Google Investigation

    The Google investigation has been going on since 2011, with the European Commission (EC) rejecting multiple proposals for search concessions from Google. We don't want to waste the Commission's resources on complaints that are not related to...

  2. Google Faces £500,000 Fine if Privacy Policy Isn't Changed by Sept. 20

    This will make it difficult for the ICO, and indeed the European Commission, to find an appropriate remedy that will act as a deterrent. However, in response, Google issued a vague statement claiming it does adhere to UK laws, but it made no direct...

  3. Here's What Google's Labeled Search Results Could Look Like in Europe

    The European Commission is now seeking feedback on Google's cosmetic search result changes that aim to settle a years-long antitrust investigation. The EC also revealed some images illustrating what Google's results could soon look like.

  4. Will Google's Proposed Search Fixes End EU Antitrust Case?

    Federal Trade Commission closed its 19-month search antitrust probe earlier this year after deciding that Google's demotion of competing websites was justifiable. Google has submitted proposals to address European Union (EU) concerns that the...

  5. Scroogled Rises: Microsoft Back on Attack as Google Faces New Antitrust Complaint

    We are asking the Commission to move quickly and decisively to protect competition and innovation in this critical market. The attack ads coincide with another European antitrust complaint orchestrated by Microsoft relating to Google's Android...

  6. Google Submits Response to EC Antitrust Regulators

    Google has submitted a response to the European Commission (EC) over its anti-competitive business concerns, Reuters reported. Theoretically Google could face a fine as high as $4 billion – 10 percent of its global turnover – if found to be in...

  7. FTC to Drop Vertical Search Antitrust Case Against Google? No Consumer Harm Found

    Ben Hammer, a spokesperson with industry advocacy group, said the FTC need only to look at recent comments from European Commission vice chairman Joaquin to see that Google's search results are hurting the industry.