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Italian antitrust fines Google over 100 million euros

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Italy’s antitrust authority said Thursday that it has fined Google LLC, Google Italy and Alphabet Inc.a total of over 102 million euros for abuse of a dominant market position. [source]
    The authority said the Internet giant holds a dominant position that enables to control app developers’ access to end users.

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