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  1. Korea’s FTC Acquits Google of Antitrust Charges

    Just Wednesday, EU chief antitrust regulator Joaquín Almunia said Google must offer more and improved concessions from Google's proposal back in April. The Korean Fair Trade Commission acquitted Google of claims it was demonstrating an unfair...

  2. Google Pays $7 Million to Settle Street View Snooping Case

    Authorities called on the company to come forward and explain its actions in collecting Wi-Fi data during its maps surveying trips across the EU. Federal Trade Commission said in 2010 that it would not be pursuing any action against Google as the...

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

    We are pleased that the EU is working with Google to develop a set of voluntary solutions to the search engine's problematic practices, including those that we identified at our September 2011 hearing," they said.

  4. Google Reveals Argentina, South Korea Investigations

    Antitrust authorities in both the U.S.and the EU have expressed concern over the company's dominance of the search and advertising businesses. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it is the subject of probes in both Argentina and South Korea.

  5. Last Ditch Efforts to Halt New Google Privacy Policy

    The CNIL and the EU data protection authorities are deeply concerned about the combination of personal data across services: they have strong doubts about the lawfulness and fairness of such proceedings.

  6. Google-Motorola Acquisition Approved in U.S., EU

    U.S.and EU antitrust authorities have approved Google's proposed acquisition of Motorola Mobility. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the European Commission (EC) each announced that the deal had been cleared by their respective antitrust authorities...

  7. Privacy Group Sues FTC to Stop New Google Privacy Policy

    Meanwhile, the EU asked Google to hold off on implementing the policy, though Google wasn’t receptive to that idea. Federal Trade Commission in the hopes of stopping the new Google privacy policy, which is set to become effective March 1.

  8. S. Korean Companies Claim Google's Android Blocking Competing Search Apps

    Yet another antitrust headache for Google, as it also faces an EU investigation, Texas investigation, and possible U.S. The owners of South Korea's largest search engines have filed complaints against Google with the country's Fair Trade Commission...

  9. Google Antitrust Deal in Works? Schmidt Meets With Key EU Regulator

    Outgoing CEO Eric Schmidt met with Joaquin Almunia, vice president of the European Commission, during the World Economic Forum in Switzerland to discuss the ongoing EU antitrust investigation. A Google spokesperson said, "We frequently talk to...

  10. European Commission: No Discussions to Halt Google Antitrust Investigation

    As we all know, Google will do what it wants to do or is forced to do in the EU. Despite what you may have read elsewhere, Google and the European Commission aren't nearing a resolution on the antitrust investigation launched in the European Union...