Google fined for a large amount


June 7, Fineko/abc.az. Google will pay a fine of 220 million euro to settle claims of French antitrust regulator, which accused the company of abusing its dominant position in the digital advertising market.

ABC.AZ reports that the French antitrust regulator concluded that Google, taking advantage of its position, promoted its own advertising services to the detriment of competitors.

As part of the agreement with the regulator, the company promised to change its practices by improving the interaction of the Google Ad Manager advertising service with third parties.

An investigation into a complaint by an American multinational media holding found that Google created more privileged conditions for the DFP (Double-click for Publishers) advertising server, which allows website managers and application programmers to sell their advertising space.