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A woman who lives in Kansas City had her Internet service with Google Fibre — a division of Alphabet, the parent company of the search engine — cut over a matter of 12 cents last month.

The New America Foundation, a think-tank which received large infusions of funds from Google, sacked the head of its Open Markets group after he cheered the European Union for hitting the search firm with a fine of US$2.7 billion in June.

Published in Technology Regulation
Wednesday, 30 August 2017 08:33

Google bows to EU search demands, offers no detail

Search behemoth Google has bowed to the demands of the European Union that it make changes to ensure that its search engine dominance does not give illegal advantage to its own comparison shopping service.

Published in Technology Regulation



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