Google Fined $2.8 Billion for EU Antitrust Violations

The European Union has ruled against Google’s effort to appeal a $2.8 billion fine for giving preferential treatment to it’s own shopping app. Alex discusses this ruling by the Luxembourg-based General Court and explains why he sees this as a step in the right direction when it comes to regulating tech monopolies like Google, Amazon, and Facebook.

Originally Aired: 11/16/21
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