The European Commission has hit search giant Google with a third fine, related to abuse of its AdSense advertising service, and told the company to fork out €1.49 billion (A$2.38 billion) for breaching EU anti-trust rules.
The European Union is likely to announce a third fine on Google this week, this one for alleged abuse of its AdSense advertising service, a fine that had been expected as far back as November 2017.
Google's much-vaunted artificial intelligence has been shown up as flaky again, judging by the fact that it recently flagged an article in iTWire for what it said was a violation of its AdSense policy and then quickly backtracked.
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