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Google may face civil lawsuits from Europe

Tuesday 1 September 2015 | 11:52 CET | News
Google may have to deal with a series of new civil lawsuits from Europe that claim Google abused its market dominance to favour its own services over those of its rivals, the New York Times reported. The company already faces antitrust charges from Europe's competition authorities. Hausfeld, an international law firm with connections to companies affected by Google's activities in Europe, and Avisa, a European public affairs company that has represented complainants in the antitrust case, are expected to announce the creation of an online platform to help companies sue Google for financial

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Categories: Internet
Companies: European Commission / European Commission / Google / Google
Countries: Europe
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