In the Czech Republic, Seznam is the most popular online search portal. In the rest of the world, Google is on top.
Foreign VPNs have been removed from China's Apple stores, WhatsApp messages are being filtered and a massive censorship campaign scrubbed social media of Liu Xiaobo. What is happening to the Chinese web?
A French court has ruled that the internet giant is not liable to pay more than one billion euros on profits channeled through its subsidiary in Ireland - a favorite among multinationals seeking lower taxes in the EU.
The EU's powerful anti-trust regulator has imposed a record fine on US tech behemoth Google, as punishment for giving its own online shopping service top priority in search results to the detriment of other services.
The American internet technology company charges firms for higher rankings on search engine result pages. Larger corporations profit from the increased visibility. Smaller companies do not and say it is unfair.
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