European Commission fines Google €1.49 billion for antitrust breach

European Commission fines Google €1.49 billion for antitrust breach
European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager. Pic: Getty

The tech company was found to have abused its market dominance through the use of restrictive clauses in contracts with third party websites.

Google has been fined €1.49 billion for breaching EU antitrust rules. The tech company was found to have abused its market dominance through the use of restrictive clauses in contracts with third party websites. The fine is the third the company has received from the EU Commission in the last two years.

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