The EU Commission fines Big Tech company €2.4 billion for giving its shopping comparison service preferential treatment over other competing shopping comparison services in its general search results page (Google shopping)

The European Commission has this week released the non-confidential version of its decision in the Google Shopping case, in which Google was fined €2.4 billion earlier this year for giving its own shopping comparison service preferential treatment over competing shopping comparison services in its general search results pages. Diving into the detail – and complexity As well as providing further detail in a number of key areas – to the considerable assistance, no doubt, of future litigants and complainants – the

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Ricky Versteeg, The EU Commission fines Big Tech company €2.4 billion for giving its shopping comparison service preferential treatment over other competing shopping comparison services in its general search results page (Google shopping), 27 June 2017, e-Competitions June 2017, Art. N° 94881

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