Group of 165 Companies Seek Strict EU Antitrust Action Against Google

Group of 165 Companies Seek Strict EU Antitrust Action Against Google

Around 165 companies and industry bodies have recently called on the EU antitrust enforcers to take strict action against Google. In a joint letter, the tech giant has been accused of giving unfair favors to its services on the Google search results.

Google, has refuted allegations that it unfairly favours its own services. The company says its users are not locked in and that competition to its services is just one click away on the internet.

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According to a Google spokesperson, “People expect Google to give them the most relevant, high-quality search results that they can trust. They do not expect us to prefer specific companies or commercial rivals over others, or to stop launching helpful services.”

Source: reuters

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