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Europe Gives Google Deadline To Settle Antitrust Case

The European Commission is giving Google a “matter of weeks” to settle an ongoing antitrust case by changing several of its business practices which some say have given the company an unfair monopolistic advantage on the web. If Google refuses to comply, the Commission could slap Google with antitrust charges and, eventually, fines. “Today I’m giving Google an opportunity to offer remedies to address concerns that we have identified,” said European Commission Vice President for Competition Policy Joaquin Almunia in a statement issued Monday.

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