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Google accused of anticompetitive practices in Canada

Google has been the subject of an investigation by the Canadian Competition Bureau, which has filed its findings to the Federal Court of the country. Digital giant is accused of abusing its dominant position to the detriment of competition.

The Competition Bureau of Canada (Canadian Competition Bureau) was launched in May, a survey of the practices of the firm. His findings were filed last week on the office of the Federal Court of Canada.

The Competition Authority is particularly addressed two main activities of Google: its search engine and advertising. In these two fields, the Silicon Valley giant is accused of abusing its dominant position on the market of the Internet.

Google has been the subject of an investigation by the Canadian Competition Bureau, which has filed its findings to the Federal Court of the country. Digital giant is accused of abusing its dominant position to the detriment of competition, anticompetitive practices in Canada, Google accused of anticompetitive, internet, .

The Competition Bureau stated that it had reason to believe that "Google produces anti-competitive practices alleged, independently and / or on a combined basis, which have had, or are likely to have the effect of preventing or substantially lessen competition in the search market or targeted advertising in Canada, "we read in the findings reported by the Financial Post 

These include Google offers with hardware manufacturers and software publishers, allowing it to emerge as the default search engine to customers of these companies could be regarded as anti-competitive practices.

The giant is also accused of manipulating the results of its search engine to favor its own services, such as Google News. Its AdWords advertising services prevent users from sharing information to other competing platforms.

Google accused of anticompetitive practices in Canada  Google accused of anticompetitive practices in Canada مراجعة من قبل Steven Raiss في 4:06 PM تصنيف: 5