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Court orders Google to turn over documents to Competition Bureau

News | 10/22/2021 6:06 pm EDT
Google's campus in Mountain View, California./ Photo via Wikipedia.

The Federal Court has ordered Alphabet Inc.‘s Google to turn over a number of records to the Competition Bureau after the regulator requested the documents as part of its investigation into what it suspects are anti-competitive practices involving the sale of advertising on YouTube.

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