EU court confirms billion-dollar fine against Google

Once again, Google has suffered a defeat before the General Court of the European Union. The court largely upheld the Commission’s decision from 2018, according to which Google imposed unlawful restrictions on manufacturers of mobile devices with the Android operating system and mobile network operators in order to strengthen the dominant position of its search engine. However, the court found fault with some procedural errors and reduced the fine from €4.34 billion to €4.125 billion.

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