Topic: Digital markets

Google hit with interim measures in French probe

France’s Competition Authority has ordered Google to reconsider its suspension of a telephone directory from its online advertising platform, after concluding that its wider Ads usage policy likely constitutes an abuse of dominance.

31 January 2019

Clothing brand racks up fine for online restrictions

The European Commission has fined clothing company Guess €39.8 million for online sales and advertising restrictions, but it reduced the overall fine by 50% after the company admitted breaching competition rules.

17 December 2018

Grab asks Philippines to reconsider fine

Grab has urged the Philippine Competition Commission to reconsider the €196,560 fine it imposed on the ride-hailing company earlier this month.

29 October 2018

Google cases might have been slower with interim measures, DG Comp official says

Criticism of the speed of the European Commission’s Google Shopping and Android probes is somewhat unjust, and using interim measures in those cases might have risked slowing down the final outcomes, a senior official at the EU enforcer has said.

08 October 2018

Unlockd wins interim relief against Google in Australia

Google Asia Pacific cannot block an Australian app’s access to its Play store and advertising services, as a Australian court has found doing so could put the app out of business.

05 June 2018

Google loses on interim relief for Unlockd

An English judge has granted Unlockd an injunction that prevents Google from removing the Tesco mobile application – which uses Unlockd software – from the Google app store.

09 May 2018

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