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Google slams EU Commission for stifling innovation

In court hearings Wednesday, the firm claimed the EU’s antitrust regulators are hindering innovation. It is seeking to overturn a €2.4-billion fine from 2017 for giving its own price-comparison shopping service an unfair advantage against competitors in search results. The company’s lawyer argued Google didn’t favour its own service, but simply developed a better one than its European rivals. (Reuters)

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