Google has just announced its plans to appeal the €2.4 billion fine it received from the EU, according to Reuters. The European Commission, EU’s executive arm, fined Google on June 27 for breaching EU antitrust rules. The Commission found Google guilty of favoring its shopping service in internet searches and thereby abusing its market dominance in Europe. #Google brings appeal against @EC 27th June decision before #GC (T-612/17) — EU Court of Justice (@EUCourtPress) September 11, 2017 However, the appeal shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone as it never seemed likely that Google would give up without a fight.…

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