Google loses EU appeal over €2.4bn fine
14 November 2021 | 6:16 am
Google suffered a resounding defeat in its appeal of a €2.4bn European Union competition fine in a judgment that bolsters the bloc's crackdown on the growing power of Silicon Valley.
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