On Wednesday, the EU hit Google with a $5 billion fine, alleging the company had violated antitrust laws by bundling its apps like Chrome and Google Play with its Android operating system. » Read More
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Members of the Arab minority have criticized the law as “racist and verging on apartheid,” according to Reuters. » Read More
Brent Thill of Jefferies says the European Union's $5 billion fine on Google for antitrust practices on its Android operating system are unlikely to have a "serious impact" on the company's overall operations. » Read More
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