The agency is investigating whether the company’s 2016 policy change to prevent third-party firms from accessing and selling inventory on the platform prevented or lessened competition. Friday’s order requires Google to turn over relevant documents, the Competition Bureau said in a release. “We will continue to engage constructively with the Canadian Competition Bureau to answer their questions and demonstrate the benefits of our products to Canadian businesses and consumers,” said Google spokesperson Molly Morgan. (The Logic)
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