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  1. Italy Antitrust Chief Warns of Google Publishing Monopoly

    The European Commission (EC) gave Google a July deadline to address antitrust concerns. The search giant believes that such complaints are inevitable because of the company's size. It's understandable that our business should attract scrutiny and...

  2. Google Told to Fix 4 Areas in Search, Advertising to End Antitrust Inquiry

    Google had been subject to complaints from 16 companies in Europe, including the likes of TripAdvisor and Opodo. The senators also called on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to step up its investigation by considering both the issues they have...

  3. European Commission Readies 400+ Page Document on Google's Abuse of Dominance

    The European Commission (EC) will issue a 400-page document outlining its concerns with Google's alleged anti-competitive practices, according to sources at the EC. Several firms have issued complaints against Google as part of the EC's...

  4. Your Facebook Data File: Everything You Never Wanted Anyone to Know

    Though they receive emails from around the world, he said, their focus is on the 22 active complaints they currently have registered with the Irish Data Protection Commission. Many of the complaints they’ve filed with the Irish Data Protection...

  5. EU Asks Advertisers: Does Google Manipulate Its Search Results?

    The European Commission (EC) wants to know all about it. As part of its antitrust investigation, which is mainly due to complaints by businesses with ties to Microsoft, the EC has sent out a pair of questionnaires to advertisers and vertical search...

  6. Google Faces EU Antitrust Investigation Over Alleged Organic, Paid Search Result Bias

    The European Commission (EC) investigation will look at allegations of: That will be the focus of antitrust regulators as they formally investigate complaints of discrimination in Google's paid and organic search results.

  7. Google "Confident" On Potential In-Depth EU Antitrust Inquiry

    Three Complaints Although he did not name Google during his speech in London, Almunia's statement is clearly directed at the search engine against whom three antitrust complaints were filed five months ago, from UK search service Foundem...