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Google will charge rivals to be the default search engine on Android in Europe

August 2, 2019

Via: BGR

Google last year received its biggest multi-billion in Europe so far, a $5 billion antitrust penalty for abusing its mobile dominance in the region. Specifically, the EU fined Google for tying its Chrome browser and search apps to Android. Since then, Google unveiled new measures meant to give Android users in Europe more choice, when it comes to the default browser and search engine. The company has now revealed more details about how it’ll determine what other search engine options will be displayed on the screen in addition to Google Search.

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