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Google and EU head to court to decide the fate of €4.3 billion fine
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Brussels demands bankrupt Alitalia repays €900mln 'illegal state aid'
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Brussels slaps German car makers with a €875 million fine
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US judge dismisses government antitrust lawsuits against Facebook
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EU launches antitrust probe into Google's digital ad tech practices
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EU border agency Frontex criticised by NGOs for photo competition
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Apple overcharges rival streaming services, claims Brussels
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Irish teenager wins national award for 'deepfake' video detector
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