All Eyes on Google

Google is in for an awakening, according to The New York Times. The European antitrust officials are preparing to slap Google with a record fine by the end of August. Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s competition chief, is in the final stages of ruling on the case. In addition to a fine of at least $1.2 billion, European officials could also make Google alter how it operates in the area to allow for more competition.

There are actually three investigations that the EU has against Google at the moment. Learn more here and pay attention in the coming months to see what happens with the EU and its case against Google.

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