Analysis

3 Takeaways From EU's Latest Google Antitrust Fine

By Matthew Perlman (July 18, 2018, 10:09 PM EDT) -- Europe's antitrust enforcer hit Google with another massive fine on Wednesday, this time a €4.34 billion ($5.04 billion) levy over the licensing practices for its Android mobile operating system, nearly double one issued last year for favoring its own comparison shopping site in search results.

The European Commission found that the search giant uses its position in the market for mobile operating systems to further cement its dominance over internet search in Europe. (AP) Here, Law360 takes a look at the latest fine and what it could mean for Google.

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