The head of the European Commission’s competition policy has reportedly given Google until July 2 to amend its search results and advertising rules or face litigation and potentially massive fines. Google, which hosts some 90 percent of European searches, received a letter from the EC’s Joaquin Almunia detailing concerns over Google’s dominance. Google responded by saying that it is happy to answer questions about its business. This is but the latest legal issue for Google in Europe.
EC Looks for New Google Search Results by July 2
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