Google just got hit with a $2.7 billion dollar fine

bdswiss reich werden I had a colleague once get fined $75 AUD for jaywalking on his way to work and my face dropped from shock, imagine the faces of the Google board when their over priced lawyers walked into the office with a $2.7 billion dollar fine.

scommesse binarie borsa Well, whatever the reaction, Google got landed with the record-breaking $2.7 billion dollar fine this week from the European Commission as a failure of its ability to appease the EU antitrust regulators.

köpa Viagra amsterdam The EU Commission has given Google 90 days to stop favoring its own shopping service or face a further penalty of up to 5% of Alphabet (Google’s parent company) average daily GLOBAL turnover.

365trading erfahrungen The fine is not just some haphazard fine of a quick court case, this has been seven years in the making, with hundreds of complaints rolling in from rivals of Google for alleged demoting tactics.

proiezioni di borsa The seven-year investigation finally concluded that not only was Google favoring its own shopping service it was purposely demoting rivals results.

opcje binarne da się zarobić “What Google has done is illegal under EU antitrust rules. It denied other companies the chance to compete on the merits and to innovate. And most importantly, it denied European consumers a genuine choice of services and the full benefits of innovation,” European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said in a statement.

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binary options forex factory Google’s SVP and General Counsel has responded to the EU Commission ruling in a blog post saying

qoption demo “We think our current shopping results are useful and are a much-improved version of the text-only ads we showed a decade ago. Showing ads that include pictures, ratings, and prices benefits us, our advertisers, and most of all, our users. And we show them only when your feedback tells us they are relevant. Thousands of European merchants use these ads to compete with larger companies like Amazon and eBay.”

Google’s view that the Shopping Network is no different to sites such as E-bay and Amazon and that’s how the shopping network should be viewed, may prove to be the basis on which they will launch an appeal.

buy Seroquel pills in toronto Walker’s final comments on the findings “When you use Google to search for products, we try to give you what you’re looking for. Our ability to do that well isn’t favoring ourselves, or any particular site or seller–it’s the result of hard work and constant innovation, based on user feedback.Given the evidence, we respectfully disagree with the conclusions announced today. We will review the Commission’s decision in detail as we consider an appeal, and we look forward to continuing to make our case.”

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stampa su forex roma prezzi Charis McAwesome is a social media client project manager to companies including Microsoft, Intel, Lenovo, Deloitte, banks and many more on behalf of Digivizer. By day, she provides digital strategy and big data analysis, by night she may provide news on the podcast & when she doesn't, makes up for it by writing articles instead.