Next Up to Investigate Google's Competitive Practices: Canada

Next Up to Investigate Google's Competitive Practices: Canada

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New Here’s some late-on-a-Friday regulatory news for you: Canada’s Competition Bureau will investigate Google’s Canadian business operations, according to the Financial Post. Google confirmed the investigation, while Canada declined comment. Earlier this year, Google was largely cleared in a U.S. antitrust examination, and it is currently testing remedies in Europe....
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