The European Union flag is seen with Google’s logo.
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The European Union’s General Court upheld an antitrust ruling against Google’s parent company Alphabet Wednesday, but reduced its fine to 4.125 billion euros ($4.12 billon) from 4.34 billion euros.
The dispute between Google and the EU courts is over whether it uses the Android operating system to quash competition, and was initiated against the company in 2015.
The initial fine was issued in 2018 and was the largest ever received by Google.
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