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Google has reportedly been charged with violating European Union antitrust laws. The charges, filed by EU regulators, accuse Google of leveraging its dominance in online advertising to undercut competition, marking the fourth such accusation against the company in recent years.

The New York Times reports that internet giant Google has been accused of breaking antitrust regulations in the EU. This is the fourth time in recent years that Google has been charged with using its dominance in internet advertising to stifle competition by EU regulators.

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Margrethe Vestager, the executive vice president of the European Commission who oversees digital and competition policy and a frequent opponent of the Masters of the Universe, stated: “Google is present at almost all levels of the so-called ad tech supply chain. Our preliminary concern is that Google may have used its market position to favor its own intermediation services.”

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