Law360 (December 2, 2019, 8:31 PM EST) — Comparison shopping services from across the European Union have urged the bloc’s competition enforcer to crack down on Google’s alleged noncompliance with a massive €2.4 billion ($2.7 billion) 2017 fine that accused the technology giant of steering search users toward its own comparison-shopping service.
Forty-one comparison shopping services, or CSSs, signed on to the Nov. 28 letter urging European Commission competition chief Margrethe Vestager to take action against Google for “artfully avoiding compliance with the law and the decisions of authorities such as yours.” In this case, that means the €2.4 billion fine in which the competition commissioner also required Google to…
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