The European Commission's antitrust watchdogs have raided the offices of a number of European "internet connectivity providers".
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The US Federal Trade Commission is preparing to investigate Google over anti-competitive practices regarding its online advertising business, according to Bloomberg.
The U.S. FTC will delay its decision over Google's antitrust probe until 2013, but the search giant could settle with EU authorities as soon as January, according to reports.
European regulators are looking to settle what could be a lengthy antitrust case between Apple and e-book publishers, as U.S. authorities continue to move towards formal legal action.
Microsoft could face lawsuits by prepackaging Windows Defender security suite with its latest operating system as users might be less inclined to buy third-party antivirus software, lawyers say.
Microblogging platform slams Web titan for implementing "bad" changes to search engine, making it harder for people to find relevant information.
Internet giant allegedly hindered Korea Fair Trade Commission's investigations by deleting files from computers and having staff work from home during raid last September.
Country's two largest state-controlled telcos face government probe for allegedly abusing dominant position and monopolizing Internet broadband services.
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt and a panel of Senators have agreed to disagree over whether the search giant favours its own properties over competitors during his US Senate grilling overnight, recalling ghosts of hearings past and citing Microsoft as a cautionary internet tale.
The Google-Motorola deal may make perfect sense from an Android perspective. But with antitrust hearings looming, Google may have just painted itself a legal bullseye.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt will testify before a US Senate hearing on antitrust, and his appearance will be a nice opportunity to hone the company's messaging amid a glaring regulator spotlight.
U.S. Justice Department orders South Korean conglomerate business unit to pay US$32 million fine for conspiring with others to fix prices on color display tubes.
A search company has made fresh antitrust complaints against Google to the European Commission, alleging that Google blocked some of its rivals from using its Adsense advertising platform.On Tuesday, 1plusV — the publisher of legal search engine eJustice.
A former employee of Taiwanese display manufacturer Chi Mei has been charged with participating in a conspiracy to control prices of TFT-LCD panels
Chipmaker has not admitted liability in U.S. Federal Trade Commission antitrust case, but has tentatively agreed to not modify its chip architecture to inhibit competing chips performance.
Delaware court rules plaintiffs could not show that consumers were harmed by Intel's discounts. Ruling will stand if no objection is made within 21 days.
The two investigations by the European Commission surround alleged abuse of the company's dominant market position in the mainframe market.
The U.S. federal government is looking into Apple's requirement that developers use only its--or neutral--programming tools, according to the New York Post.
The US Federal Government has reportedly been poking around Apple's requirement that software developers only use its — or neutral — programming tools.
Retailer files antitrust suit alleging major vendors of colluding to manipulate prices of optical disc drives in United States since October 2005, various reports say.
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