Economy

Google to pay $76 million to French media group in a related rights dispute

Google to pay $76 million to French media group in a related rights dispute

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Google to pay $76 million to French media group in a related rights dispute
American tech company Google will pay $76 million over three years to a group of French news outlets in compensation for posting their publications on their sites

US News

The media learned about the secret “advertising” agreement between Google and Facebook

The media learned about the secret “advertising” agreement between Google and Facebook

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The media learned about the secret “advertising” agreement between Google and Facebook
Back in 2018, the American companies Facebook and Google agreed not to compete in the online advertising market, although even then they knew that this could lead to antitrust proceedings

US News

Texas attorney general files a new antitrust lawsuit against Google

Texas attorney general files a new antitrust lawsuit against Google

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Texas attorney general files a new antitrust lawsuit against Google
Attorney General of the US state of Texas Ken Paxton is filing an antitrust lawsuit against Google on behalf of several states. This is stated in a Twitter post from the Texas Attorney's Office

Technology

Google services crashed around the world

Google services crashed around the world

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Google services crashed around the world
YouTubeTV, Google Classroom, Google Play, Google Maps, and other Google services are not working or are malfunctioning

Technology

YouTube will allow reducing advertising of alcohol and casinos

YouTube will allow reducing advertising of alcohol and casinos

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YouTube will allow reducing advertising of alcohol and casinos
On the Google Ad Settings page, there will soon be a new section at the very bottom, allowing you to choose to reduce ad impressions for certain categories on YouTube

Technology

EU sets rules for Google, Microsoft, and other Internet search providers

EU sets rules for Google, Microsoft, and other Internet search providers

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EU sets rules for Google, Microsoft, and other Internet search providers
Google, Microsoft, and other Internet search tech giants should make the sorting of search results more transparent

Technology

Google employee finds a dangerous vulnerability in the iPhone

Google employee finds a dangerous vulnerability in the iPhone

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Google employee finds a dangerous vulnerability in the iPhone
Ian Beer, an employee of the Google cyber division, discovered a dangerous vulnerability in the iPhone. This was reported on the Google Project Zero website