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Google plans to fight EU antitrust fine in court from September

Google plans to fight EU antitrust fine in court from September

Reuters reports that Alphabet’s Google will bring a case to overturn the record fine of 4.34 billion euro's (5.15 billion dollars) handed to it by the EU watchdog. The case against the fine will be heard in September over five days, at Europe's second-highest court. Google got the fine for anti-c... Read more

date1 year ago
Facebook expects privacy fine of up to 5 billion U.S. dollars

Facebook expects privacy fine of up to 5 billion U.S. dollars

Facebook expects to get a fine of between $3 billion and $5 billion from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. The company announced this at the presentation of its quarterly figures. Earlier, there were rumors of a billion-dollar fine. According to the quarterly figures, Facebook has set aside 3 to 5... Read more

date3 years ago
Android manufacturers have to pay in Europe for use Google apps

Android manufacturers have to pay in Europe for use Google apps

Google recently received a billion-dollar fine from the European Union for abuse of power through the Android mobile operating system. The company is now implementing a number of measures in which it says it is meeting the EU's requirements. From now on, manufacturers who sell their devices in the E... Read more

date4 years ago