Google fined 4.3 billion Euros for breaching EU antitrust rules

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Google fined 4.3 billion Euros for breaching EU antitrust rules - The fine is the largest ever levied by a regulator against a single entity

The European Commission (EC) has fined Google a record €4.34 billion ($5 billion USD) for anti-competitive practices, which represents the largest fine ever levied by a regulator against a single entity. Google is accused of forcing their own products and services through their Android operating system, which is illegal under antitrust rules.

It is not illegal for companies to dominate a market, but, as Uncle Ben told Peter...
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