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Teddy Roosevelt Would Not Understand the E.U.’s Antitrust Fine Against

Adam Davidson writes about the European Union’s antitrust fine against Google, and how Theodore Roosevelt and Milton Friedman set the precedent on political approaches to monopolies.

Google’s €2.4bn fine is small change – the EU has bigger plans

The European Union’s ruling against Google underlines its goal to move our relationship with tech firms away from Silicon Valley’s winner-takes-all mentality

EU drops roaming charges for calls within its borders

Citizens of all EU member states can now make calls to persons and businesses across the EU without incurring roaming charges. Since 2007, the European Union has acted as a regulator for roaming charges in order to ensure phone companiesâ?? fees arenâ??t extortionate. Since that date, the number of calls made using mobile phones in EU... Expats Blog -

EU mustn't ignore human rights in giving Eritrea aid

Eritrean activists visited Brussels this week to lobby the European Union over alleged human rights abuses committed by the authorities in Asmara. The campaigners are worried that the EU is ignoring violations committed by the Eritrean government and continues to provide development aid with no strings attached. Show More Summary

Italy seeks more EU support amid wave of migrant arrivals

Italy is seeking increased support from the European Union as it deals with a huge wave of migrant arrivals, including a reported proposal to limit the types of ships that … Click to Continue »

Czech Republic reports 1st case of African Swine Fever

As 5th country in the European Union, the Czech Republic has reported an outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF). The virus was confirmed in a dead wild boar.

Bulgaria, Romanian leaders: we're not opposed to Russia

The presidents of Bulgaria and Romania insisted Wednesday that they weren't opposed to Russia, despite both Eastern European countries being members of NATO and the European Union. The EU recently … Click to Continue »

UK may need Brexit transition period, but it will not be unlimited: May

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain may need an implementation period to smooth its exit from the European Union but there will be no unlimited transition, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday.

EU prolongs Russia economic sanctions by 6 months

The European Union has officially extended economic sanctions against Russia by six months for destabilizing Ukraine. EU headquarters said Wednesday that the decision was unanimous among all 28 EU nations. … Click to Continue »

EU extends Russia economic sanctions

The European Union on Wednesday formally rolled over damaging economic sanctions against Russia for another six months, saying Moscow had failed to live up to its Ukraine ceasefire commitments. EU leaders endorsed the move last week,...Show More Summary

European Union extends Russia sanctions until Jan 2018

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union formally extended its economic sanctions on Russia on Wednesday, a widely expected step that keeps restrictions on business with Russian energy, defense and financial sectors until Jan. 31, 20...

Serbia's next PM says EU membership, modernization priority

Serbia's prime minister designate says her future government's goal is membership in the European Union along with modernization of the troubled Balkan country. Ana Brnabic told Serbian lawmakers on Wednesday … Click to Continue »

EU hits Google with record €2.4bn euro antitrust fine

The European Union’s competition watchdog has slapped a record 2.42 billion euro ($2.72 billion) fine on internet giant Google for breaching antitrust rules with its online shopping service. European regulators said Tuesday that “Google has abused its market dominance as a search engine by giving an illegal advantage to another Google product, its comparison shopping […]

Why EU Imposed Record $2.7 Billion Fine On Google? 5 Must-Know Facts About This Historical Ruling!

Google, World’s largest Internet company, has been royally humbled by the European Union. A record-breaking fine of $2.7 billion (€2.42 billion) has been imposed on them, due to manipulating search results within European countries.Show More Summary

Trump Campaign Chief’s Firm Got $17 Million From Pro-Russia Party

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A Ukrainian political party tied to Russia had paid President Trump’s campaign chairman for help branding itself as warming toward the European Union.

Google Gets Rocked By $2.7 Billion Fine by the EU for Anti-Competitive Practices

They’ll certainly appeal, but it sure looks like a European Union decision will cost Google a hefty chunk of change. In the culmination of a seven-year investigation, the EU has ruled that Google unfairly promoted its own shopping comparison...Show More Summary

Why the EU Just Slapped Google With a $2.7 Billion Fine

Google’s massive bank account may just have gotten a tiny bit smaller. On Tuesday, European Union regulators slapped the Silicon Valley behemoth with a $2.7 billion antitrust fine. At core, the penalty comes down to the way Google presents shopping results. Show More Summary

Law Library of Congress Guide on European Union Law

In Custodia Legis, the blog of the Law Library of Congress in Washington, has published a short Guide to Researching EU Law. It was written by by Micaela DelMonte, a lawyer from the European Parliamentary Research Service who volunteered...Show More Summary

Google fined $2.72 billion for antitrust breach

The European Union's competition watchdog slapped a record 2.42 billion euro (2.72 billion US dollars) fine on internet giant Google on Tuesday for breaching antitrust rules with its online shopping service. (June 27)        

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