Google filed an appeal against the European Commission’s decision to fined the company about 2.4 billion euros earlier this year. The parent company of Alpha believes that this amount could change well after Intel was able to cancel an 8-year-old decision because of anti-competitive behavior.
On 27 June, the European Commission ordered Google to stop tampering with the results on Google Shopping, and two months for the company to comply with the decision. The court spokeswoman said that with the closing date set for September 28, Google did not request a temporary suspension.
Google has to come up with a proposal in line with the European Commission’s decision to allow consumers to “choose and capitalize on the benefits of innovation.” Google must change its algorithm and handle competing shopping services with the same treatment.