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Missouri Google launched a business conduct survey

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2017/11/14 9:31:48     readed:298


Josh Hawley said: "There is strong reason to believe that Google does not give priority to the interests of the people of Missouri and we will not let the privacy of consumers by the threat of the industry giants - especially in the interest driven - total Prosecutor's Office will not stand idly by. "

Google claimed that it was not yet summoned for this summons, but the company spokesman Patrick Lenihan said: "We deploy strong privacy protections for our users and will continue to operate in a highly competitive and dynamic environment."

It should be pointed out that this is not the first time Google has accepted the question. In June of this year, the EU opened its position to Google as a result of Google's detrimental competition in the search results for its own services2.24 billion euros(About 2.72 billion US dollars) astronomical fines.

[Compiled from:CnetSource:Josh Hawley]

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