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Turkey Fines On Google Search Engine

Turkey Fines On Google Search Engine

Turkey Has Fined US Search Engine Google

Turkish Media Reported That The Turkish Competition Board Has Ordered Google To Pay A Fine Of 25 Million Dollars For Violating Local Laws.

Turkish Companies Have Complained To The Board That Google Is Running Excessive Advertising On Its Organic Search, Which Is Causing Problems In General Search. The Company Has Been Found To Be Violating The Terms Of Fair Competition Due To Unfair Access To Advertisement Space, The Statement Said, And The California-based Tech Giant “was Abusing Its Dominant Power In The Market”.

In February, The Competition Authority Fined Google 98 Million Lira For Abusing Its Dominant Market Position And “aggressive Competition Tactics.”

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Earlier, Several Social Media Companies, Including Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, And Instagram, Were Fined 12 1.2 Million Each For Non-compliance With Turkey's New Social Media Law.

 A New Law Enacted In Turkey Last Month Requires A Social Media Company With More Than 1 Million Daily Users To Appoint A Representative Who Is Accountable To The Company In Turkish Courts.

According To The News Agency, Under The Law, The Representative Of The Social Media Company Will Be Obliged To Remove The "Controversial" Content Within 48 Hours And Ensure Compliance With The Orders Regarding The Protection Of User Data Inside Turkey.