European Union fined Google with a penalty of 1.7 billion dollars

By | April 4, 2019

European Union fined Google with a penalty of 1.7 billion dollars

The Competition Commission of the European Union (EU) has forced a punishment of 1.49 billion euros (1.68 billion dollars) for the out of line exchange rehearses in the market on Google. 
This punishment has been forced on web based promoting in connection to maltreatment of its solid position. This is the third time when the commission has forced a punishment on Google for abusing rivalry rules. 
EU Commissioner for the Competition Margrethe Vestager clarified quickly on the aftereffects of the long running examination of Google Adsense publicizing business at a question and answer session in Brussels on Wednesday. 
They stated, the examination demonstrates how Google abused its solid position to keep sites from utilizing the agents rather than the AdSense stage. 
The commission found that Google and its parent organization, Alphabet, disregarded the EU hostile to aggressive guidelines. The organization utilized prohibitive arrangements in the agreement with sites utilizing AdSense. 
This has kept Google’s adversary organizations from offering their promotions on these sites. Microsoft had griped to the EU Competition Commission in 2009 and the commission began its formal examination in 2016. 
A year ago, Vestager fined 4.34 billion euros (5 billion dollars) in the wake of researching the organization’s Android working framework. In 2017, there was a punishment of 2.42 billion euros for the situation identified with the ‘internet shopping list items’.

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