The Telegraph: Google launches fightback against record £2.2bn Brussels fine

The Telegraph: Google launches fightback against record £2.2bn Brussels fine. “Google will launch a fightback against Brussels this week when the company lodges an appeal against its record monopoly abuse fine. The internet giant is expected to file the response to the European Commission’s €2.4bn (£2.2bn) penalty on Monday, the deadline for submitting an appeal.”

Financial Times: Google set to hit back at Brussels over competition probe

Financial Times: Google set to hit back at Brussels over competition probe. “Google is set to hit back at Brussels over charges that it has abused its market clout in mobile, search and advertising products, marking the latest salvo in the company’s long-running antitrust battle in Europe. The Google cases are flagship investigations in Brussels’ wide-ranging crackdown on alleged misconduct by various Silicon Valley groups — a drive that has caused deep disquiet in Washington, most notably over a €13bn tax bill served to Apple in August.”