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EU Antitrust investigation into Google offical

  15/04/2015

It’s been coming for what seems like an eternity, but today’s the day that Europe finally hits Google with an official investigation into its business practices. The European Commission has announced that it’ll open an antitrust probe into Android, and has laid out its objections following a similar probe into Google Shopping. In essence, regulators believe that the search giant has “abused its dominant position,” or playing favorites with its own products and crowding competitor’s products out of the market.

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