The European Commission (‘EC’) handed down a fine of €2.42 billion to Google on 27 June 2017, after finding that Google had breached EU antitrust rules by abusing its market dominance…Read More
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Television broadcasting has been transformed by the march of digital technology. Channels such as ITV, which lost their near-monopoly on TV advertising long ago, need all the revenue…Read More