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Google Gets Largest-Ever EU Antitrust Fine

A woman works on her computer as on the wall behind is seen the logo of web search engine Google at Frankfurt's international book fair, on 23 October 2005, the fair's last day. (TORSTEN SILZ/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman works on her computer as on the wall behind is seen the logo of web search engine Google at Frankfurt's international book fair, on 23 October 2005, the fair's last day. (TORSTEN SILZ/AFP/Getty Images)

Google was hit by a record 2.42 billion euro (US$2.7 billion) fine for giving its comparison shopping service preference in its search results. European Competition...




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