Google is facing a record-breaking fine of around three billion euros in the coming weeks, as an EU anti-trust case lasting over seven years comes to an end. Google has been accused of promoting its own shopping resource in its search results above those of its rivals. It has now been banned from manipulating results to serve itself. With further anti-trust investigations against other organizations lined up, Andy Mok of Red Pagoda Resources and Ernest McDuffie of the Global McDuffie Group discuss the implications of the case for the global giant and the wider tech industry.
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