Get tough on Google now, 165 competitors urge the EU

John Leonard
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Tech firms and industry bodies say planned antitrust legislation may arrive too late

A group of 165 tech firms and industry bodies have written to EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager urging the European authorities to speed up actions against with Google on competition issues. ...

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