Google calls European Union antitrust charges ‘unfounded’

Google has finally responded to antitrust charges brought against it by the European Commission over how it presents search results, and its pugnacious reply potentially sets up a lengthy legal battle between the company and the regulator.

In the spring, the EU charged Google with stifling competition and harming consumers by favoring its comparison shopping services over those of its rivals. Google faces the possibility of billions of Euros worth of fines in the case.

But Google refuted the claims on Thursday, calling the Commission’s concerns “unfounded.” The company said its services actually increase choice for European consumers.

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