EU antitrust authorities are investigating Google’s data collection. The EU focuses on data related to local search services, online advertising, online advertising targeting services, a web browser, as well as authentication tools and other aspects. The European Commissioner for Competition has already imposed fines to Google totaling more than € 8 billion.
EU antitrust authorities have launched an investigation into the collection of data by the American corporation Google. Particular attention will be paid to how the company managed the information.
The European Commission will pay special attention to how the company managed information related to local search services, Internet advertising and web browsers.
Competition European Commissioner Margret Westagher has imposed fines on Google totaling more than € 8 billion over the past two years.