Google sued by EEA and UK publishers for €25bn after anti-competitive advertising

European and UK publishers have mounted fresh legal action against Google, seeking damages, reportedly up to €25bn, for anti-competitive practices used on its online advertising platform.

Announcing the action, Brussels-based law firm Geradin Partners said it will file for damages in the UK and t...


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