Google loses key appeal against €2.4 billion EU shopping antitrust case

The EU’s second-most senior court, the General Court, has upheld a 2017 ruling by the European Commission which found that Google broke antitrust law in how it promoted its shopping comparison service and demoted rivals. via Technology and News Today https://www.theverge.com/2021/11/10/22769823/google-eu-antitrust-shopping-comparison-loses-appeal

French court orders Amazon to continue only fulfilling essential orders

French court orders Amazon to continue only fulfilling essential orders
A court in France has ruled that Amazon should only fulfill orders for essential products, like food and hygiene and medical products, TechCrunch reports. The court gave Amazon 24 hours to comply, and the company could face a penalty of one million euros for every day it fails to do so.
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Supreme Court will start hearing cases by teleconference

Supreme Court will start hearing cases by teleconference
The Supreme Court will start conducting oral arguments over teleconference, a major change spurred by the novel coronavirus pandemic. For six days in May, the court will hear cases that were postponed last month, including some related to President Donald Trump’s tax returns.
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