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Google said on Friday it would block its search engine in Australia if the government proceeds with a new code that would force it and Facebook Inc to pay media companies for the right to use their content, reported Reuters. Google’s threat escalates a battle...

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UK Watchdog Probes O2-Virgin Deal Due To Prices

The UK competition watchdog is to investigate whether Virgin Media’s proposed £31bn tie-up with telecoms operator O2 could lead to higher prices...
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Kenyan Watchdog To Reward Informants In Antitrust Probes

The Competition Authority of Kenya (CAK) is seeking to reward individuals or entities with information regarding anti-competitive behaviour in the market with the operationalization...
FTC's Rebecca Kelly Slaughter Is New Acting Chair Of the Agency

FTC’s Rebecca Kelly Slaughter Is New Acting Chair Of the Agency

President Joseph R. Biden designated Rebecca Kelly Slaughter as Acting Chair of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Slaughter has served as a Commissioner since...

Google’s Ads Practices Targeted By EU Antitrust Probe

EU antitrust regulators have sought information from advertisers regarding Google’s advertising technology practices, a European Commission document seen by Reuters showed.

EC fines Valve And Other PC Video Games For “Geo-Blocking” Practices

The European Commission has fined Valve, owner of the online PC gaming platform “Steam”, and the five publishers—Bandai Namco, Capcom, Focus Home,...

Brazil’s Watchdog Clears Hurdle For Hypera-Takeda Deal 

Brazil’s antitrust regulator CADE announced on Wednesday, January 20, it had cleared the way for Hypera Pharma to buy a portfolio of...

Amazon Sues EU Antitrust Regulators Over Italian Case

Amazon is suing EU antitrust regulators for allowing the Italian competition watchdog to pursue its own case against the US online retail...

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