EU fines Google a record $2.7 billion for abusing product searches
The search giant has been found guilty of manipulating results to promote its own products.
EU: Social networks are getting better at reviewing hate speech
Facebook was the standout performer, but YouTube has work to do.
Facebook fined €110 million for misleading EU over WhatsApp takeover
The Commission says Facebook employees knew they could merge accounts but didn't say so.
EU tool lets whistleblowers report anti-competitive companies
The next big antitrust investigation could be tipped anonymously by a disgruntled employee.
ASUS is being investigated for price manipulation in Europe
Philips, Pioneer and Denon & Marantz are also accused of restricting prices online.
EU probing Valve and five publishers for geo-blocking games
Steam activation keys have sparked an antitrust investigation.
Amazon offers to change ebook contracts to appease EU
It will drop anti-competitive clauses that force book publishers to reveal rival offers.
Apple and Amazon agree to end exclusive audiobook deal
Publishers are now free to seek their own deals with Apple.