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UPDATED: Competition Bureau expands probe into Google’s advertising practices in Canada

Briefs | 02/29/2024 4:22 pm EST
Google's campus in Mountain View, California (Photo via Wikipedia).

The Competition Bureau announced Thursday that it has secured a court order aimed at gathering crucial information to bolster its investigation into Alphabet Inc.‘s Google’s online advertising practices in Canada.

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