The 3 July Recap

A recap of the week’s key telecoms news. In a busy week for European regulators Google was fined €2.4 billion for abusing its dominant position in the search market, but Google insisted all it was doing was promoting sponsored keywords as usual. Meanwhile UK telecoms regulator Ofcom published its latest operator complaints numbers and expressed reservations about the proposed acquisition of Sky UK by Rupert Murdoch and family.


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