Tag Archives: Google: Antitrust

Google proposes a new version of ‘rival links’ to remedy shopping search antitrust violation

Submission appears similar to its earlier, unsuccessful settlement proposal. The post Google proposes a new version of ‘rival links’ to remedy shopping search antitrust violation appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Yelp says Google violated ‘do not crawl’ provision of 2013 FTC settlement agreement

Reportedly, numerous Yelp business images were found in Google Maps. The post Yelp says Google violated ‘do not crawl’ provision of 2013 FTC settlement agreement appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Report: Google to appeal $2.7 billion EU fine

Google still required to make changes to search results during appeal process. The post Report: Google to appeal $2.7 billion EU fine appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Top European court’s ruling might embolden US tech companies to challenge regulators

The European Court of Justice rebuked a lower court for failing to properly consider Intel's arguments in a nearly decade-old case. The post Top European court’s ruling might embolden US tech companies to challenge regulators appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google says it will offer antitrust remedy to EU to avoid further penalties

Will the proposal bring the consumer-unfriendly return of "10 blue links?" The post Google says it will offer antitrust remedy to EU to avoid further penalties appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How important is Google Shopping for retailers?

Columnist Andy Taylor shares his views on the recent European Commission antitrust ruling against Google and how this might impact retailers that rely on Google Shopping for sales. The post How important is Google Shopping for retailers? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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What to make of the EU’s absurd antitrust ruling against Google

In its concern over Google's market dominance, the EU has focused on the wrong issue. Its ruling won't benefit consumers and isn't going to bring CSE business back. The post What to make of the EU’s absurd antitrust ruling against Google appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How the EU fine will ruin Google Shopping for the consumer

What will be the impact of the European Union's recent antitrust fine against Google? Columnist and shopping ads expert Andreas Reiffen weighs in. The post How the EU fine will ruin Google Shopping for the consumer appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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EU slaps Google with $2.7B antitrust fine for favoring its own content in search results

The fine is much larger than expected and sets a worrying precedent for the company as it faces future cases. The post EU slaps Google with $2.7B antitrust fine for favoring its own content in search results appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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EU sources say $1.17 billion antitrust fine against Google coming in weeks

Shopping search penalty is the first of three potential fines against the company. The post EU sources say $1.17 billion antitrust fine against Google coming in weeks appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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