EU antitrust regulators open third front against Google

By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) – EU regulators have brought a third antitrust charge against Alphabet Inc's Google, accusing it of blocking rivals in online search advertising, a move that raises the pressure on the company to modify its practices or face hefty fines. The European Commission on Thursday also reinforced an existing charge against the world's most popular Internet search engine that its search results favor Google's own shopping service over those of rivals. "Google has come up with many innovative products that have made a difference to our lives.

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