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France's competition regulator said Tuesday it fined Google 500 million euros (US$592 million) for failing to negotiate in good faith with French publishers in a dispute over payments for their news.
A federal judge says the results of Google searches are covered by the law governing how companies handle personal information, a victory for people seeking a digital "right to be forgotten."
European Union regulators have launched a fresh antitrust investigation of Google, this time over whether the U.S. tech giant is stifling competition in digital advertising technology.
Google is being fined 220 million euros (US$268 million) by France's antitrust watchdog for abusing its 'dominant' position in online advertising.
German regulators have launched an investigation into Google's position in the market, and how the search engine and advertising giant handles user data.
Google is ending its unlimited free cloud storage on Google Photos, capping the free storage shared between all of Google's cloud services at 15 gigabytes.
Google broke Australian law by misleading users about personal location data collected through Android mobile devices, a judge found Friday.
A letter calling for Google's parent company Alphabet to better protect people who report sexual harassment on the job was signed by more than 1,000 workers soon after being posted online Friday.
The U.S. Supreme Court sided Monday with Google in an $8 billion copyright dispute with Oracle over the internet company's creation of the Android operating system used on most smartphones worldwide.
Google has released an update to fix an issue that saw Android users complaining of apps crashing on their mobile devices.
Google says it won't develop new ways to follow individual users across the internet after it phases out existing ad-tracking technology from its Chrome browser, a change that could shake up the online advertising industry.