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Google Issues Internal Memo Regarding EU’s Antitrust Charges

Recode shared Google`s internal memo which explains that antitrust charges the European Union is set to file this week.
Google Issues Internal Memo Regarding EU’s Antitrust Charges : eAskme
Google Issues Internal Memo Regarding EU’s Antitrust Charges : eAskme
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I have earlier shared that Google Open to be Sued by UK Web Users. The European Union charges claim that Google is deliberately displaying its own products on priority in organic search.

European Union seeking fines of over $6 billion. Google is taking it seriously. Google`s internal memo  shows disappointment over the charges. It is an attempt to make a case that online search competition is still well and alive in Europe.

Google’s internal memo includes a series of graphs and charts from multiple sources.

Google argues that it is increasing competition:
Google Issues Internal Memo Regarding EU’s Antitrust Charges
The memo making the case that competitors of Google are doing well in Europe.

Still Google has not directly address the claims about deliberately ranking its own websites ahead of competitors in Google organic search results.

Google asked its employees to not to comment on pending legal issues.

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