France's competition regulator fined Google US$268 million on June 7, 2021, after finding the company had abused its dominant market position for placing online ads. Photo: Agence France-Presse France's competition regulator fined Google US$268 million on June 7, 2021, after finding the company had abused its dominant market position for placing online ads. Photo: Agence France-Presse
France's competition regulator fined Google US$268 million on June 7, 2021, after finding the company had abused its dominant market position for placing online ads. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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Google to overhaul global ad model after France slaps it with US$268 million antitrust fine

  • France’s action against Google is the first in the world to tackle anticompetitive behaviour in online advertising
  • The US tech giant also pledged to remedy the situation by improving the interoperability of its Google Ad Manager services for third parties

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France's competition regulator fined Google US$268 million on June 7, 2021, after finding the company had abused its dominant market position for placing online ads. Photo: Agence France-Presse France's competition regulator fined Google US$268 million on June 7, 2021, after finding the company had abused its dominant market position for placing online ads. Photo: Agence France-Presse
France's competition regulator fined Google US$268 million on June 7, 2021, after finding the company had abused its dominant market position for placing online ads. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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