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Competition Bureau asks Court to compel Google records disclosure in inquiry into YouTube ad sales

News | 10/18/2021 6:47 pm EDT
Google's campus in Mountain View, California./ Photo via Wikipedia.

The Competition Bureau has asked a Federal Court to require Alphabet Inc.‘s Google to produce records it needs as part of an investigation the regulator is conducting into allegations that Google is “leveraging its market power in the supply of in-stream video advertising space into adjacent advertising technology markets.”

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