It was a busy early morning for Google in the European area; first losing its EU antitrust case for $2.8 billion for abusing search engine supremacy by promoting its own shopping service. Then the UK Supreme Court dismissing the case versus Google for presumably tracking iOS Safari users without their permission for $4 billion.First by means of CNBC says the verdict on Wednesday said EUs General Court supports a EUR2.42 B fine versus Google, levied in 2017, for abusing online search engine dominance by promoting its own shopping service it can be appealed and taken to the EUs highest court.
The EU is currently discussing how to toughen its rulebook to make sure fairer competition across the 27 member nations.The 2nd through Bloomberg UKs Supreme Court dismisses a claim against Google looking for $4B for presumably tracking iOS Safari users without their permission between 2011 and 2012. Google won its quote to dismiss a data privacy suit filed on behalf of millions of iPhone users, after the U.K.s top court stated the tech giant couldnt be served with a class action suit.

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