Alphabet Inc.’s Google lashed out at the European Union for doling out a “quasi criminal fine of very large proportions” for allegedly thwarting advertising rivals on websites.
At a hearing at the bloc’s General Court on Monday, the search giant said the 2019 decision by the EU’s antitrust arm to issue the €1.49 billion ($1.6 billion) fine was riddled with errors and should be struck down.
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