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Commissioner opposes breaking Google
Google is not broken, if it is to Commissioner Günther Oettinger. Last week it was announced that members of the European parliament would consider that, but according to Oettinger fit a split ‘not in a market economy, but in a planned economy. ”
google Under his leadership will therefore ‘no expropriations or divisions’ place, so Oettinger said at a German journalist. According to the European Commissioner for the Digital Economy and Society Europe should instead be innovative in order to win back market share.
Oettingers colleague Andrus Ansip, European Commissioner for the Digital Single Market is opposite Reuters less dogmatic. “I do not mean that they must be broken”, said Ansip in general about monopolists. “We need to examine very carefully where the problems are and then find solutions.” The Commissioner, who has a higher position than Oettinger said the concerns of the European parliament in addition to understand.
Last week showed that MEPs splitting Google suggested, partly because the company too much about his customers know would come. Told Reuters, however, say MEPs that the breakup of Google “just one of the proposed ideas” was.Viewing:-173
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