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Analysis On The Effect Of Eu Policies On Google

Volume 3 - Issue 9, September 2019 Edition
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Mudit Garg, Garima Jain
Google, European Union (EU), GDPR, Competition Law
European Competition Law was meant to conform to fairness in trade. However, its targeting remained to only a few companies rather than global monitoring. The paper analyses the effect of EU Policies and its independent anti-trust investigations on its worst victim, Google. The paper also aims to outline the fact that the radar of European Union’s GDPR was purposely set over US based tech giants that further leads to a broader strategic objective of breaking them financially.
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