European Commission turns the screws on Google over data collection

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European Commission turns the screws on Google over data collection

European Commission confirms another investigation into Google's data-gathering conduct is underway

Google is being investigated by EU antitrust regulators again over how it collects data, a report by Reuters has revealed. An executive of the European Commission told Reuters that the initial stages of an investigation have started into how Google uses data related to local search services, online advertising, online ad targeting services, login services, web browsers and others. The regulator told Reuters: "The Commission has sent out questionnaires as part of a preliminary investigation...

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