Imposing Access to Information in Digital Markets
Chapter 12: On the choice of legal procedures and actions for the European Commission in Google Search (Shopping) decision
This chapter evaluates the legal procedures and actions of the European Commission in the Google Search (Shopping) investigations. In particular, it ponders upon the Commission’s choice to switch from the commitments mode to the prohibition decision and the characteristics of both of these procedures. It also evaluates the available remedies, such as equal treatment of rivals, as well as other remedies, for example break-up, search neutrality, and auction.
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