Google is fined €220m in France over its ad auction processes

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France’s Competition Authority (Autorité de la Concurrence) has fined Google €220 million for “having abused its dominance of the ad-server market with respect to publishers of websites and mobile applications.” The authority calls this “the world’s first ruling on the complex algorithmic auction processes by which online ‘display’ advertising functions.”

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