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The General Court of the European Union, part of the Court of Justice in Luxembourg, has sentenced Google and parent company Alphabet to a fine of 4.125 billion euros.

Google had appealed to the General Court of the European Union against a conviction by the European Commission in 2018.

The Commission then fined the American tech giant EUR 4.34 billion for allegedly abusing the dominant position of its search engine and from the Google Play Store, where Android apps can be downloaded.

In its ruling, the General Court of the European Union largely confirms the decision of the European Commission, although the fine is slightly reduced to 4.125 billion euros.

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