Fox News: European Union Hits Google with $2.7 Billion Anti-Trust Fine

‘Google denies the allegations and says it may appeal the decision’

BREAM: "Officials from the European Union slapping Google with a hefty fine, $2.7 billion. Regulators claim that tech giant illegally steered users toward its own shopping platform, stifling competition in the process. Google denies the allegations and says it may appeal the decision. It is the largest antitrust penalty ever handed out by the E.U.."

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