EU Antitrust Regulators Investigating Google’s Data Collection

EU Antitrust

The European Commission told Reuters that the EU antitrust regulators are investigating Google’s collection of data. The report stated that the EU executive was looking for information on the data collection processes of Google. EU is focusing on data related to local search services, online advertising, and online ad targeting services, login services, web browsers, and others. European Commission has sent out a questionnaire as part of an initial investigation of Google’s data collection and data usage practices.

In the past two years, the European Commissioner has fined Google for over 8 billion euros and has been ordered to change its business practices.

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