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Another group of online publishers and marketers is calling for competition authorities to take action against Google, this time in the UK. The Marketers for an Open Web coalition is asking the UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to intervene and delay a change in Google's cookies technology which the rivals claim would "cement its dominance of online business". 

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Countries: United Kingdom
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