Google sued for €2.1 billion for favouring its own shopping service

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Google sued for €2.1 billion for favouring its own shopping service
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Google sued for €2.1 billion for favouring its own shopping service

Google continues to take advantage of its dominant position in search engine market, the lawsuit alleges

Sweden-based price comparison service PriceRunner said on Monday that it was suing Google for about €2.1 billion (£1.8 billion) for manipulating its search results to promote the company's own shop...

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