Turkey fines Google ~$26M for violating fair competition rules

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The Turkish antitrust authority imposed a $26 million fine on technology giant Google for abusing its position in the search engine market, the NTV channel reported.

“The authority ordered an administrative fine of 196,708,054.78 lire (about 26 million dollars),” the media reported.

The investigation against Google began in January 2019 in relation to contextual advertising that appeared after information searches. According to the antitrust authority, Google abused its exclusive position in the search engine market.

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