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European Commission gives Google an extra week to respond to antitrust allegations

European Commission gives Google an extra week to respond to antitrust allegations
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27 October 2016



At Google's request, the European Commission has extended its deadline for Google to respond to antitrust allegations - relating to the alleged blocking of competitors' search advertising - from 26 October to 3 November 2016.

This, the 3rd antitrust case brought against Google by the EC, was first lodged in July 2016. This latest extension will likely delay resolution until some time in 2017. Google denies any wrongdoing.



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External Article: http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-16-2532_en.htm


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