Italy Again Hits Apple, Google With Antitrust Fine

This is the second time the tach controller has sanctioned US tech giants this week.

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Italy Again Hits Apple, Google With Antitrust Fine
Italy Again Hits Apple, Google With Antitrust Fine

Italy has forced 20 million euros ($22.5 million) in fines on Apple and Google on Friday through it’s antitrust watchdog.

This is the second time the tach controller has sanctioned US tech giants this week.

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European nations have taken action against the strategic approaches of Big Tech lately, while the EU is pushing ahead with legislation to fix guideline.

The Italian competition authority said it fined Apple and Google 10 million euros each for infringement of the purchaser code.

As indicated by Italy, the purchaser code includes neglecting to give sufficient data to clients and falling back on forceful strategies in the utilization of their information for business closes.

The statement said, “Neither Apple nor Google provided clear and immediate information on the acquisition and use of user data for commercial ends.”

Earlier this week, the Italy tech controller forced a 200-million-euro fine on Apple and web based business giant Amazon for limiting access for specific venders of Apple items on Amazon.

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Meanwhile, European Union member states on Thursday concurred their normal situation on two landmark legislations that could set remarkable oversight on Big Tech.

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