Italy court rejects Google’s appeal against watchdog fine, accepts Apple’s

MILAN, Nov. 18 (Reuters) – An Italian administrative court on Friday rejected an appeal by Alphabet’s Google (GOOGL.O) against a decision by Italy’s antitrust authority to fine the group, but upheld the appeal from iPhone maker Apple (AAPL. O) against the watchdog ruling.

Last year, Italy’s antitrust regulator fined Google and Apple each 10 million euros ($10.36 million) because the two tech groups failed to provide “clear and immediate information” about how they collect and use the data of those who access it. have at their services.

Neither Google nor Apple immediately commented.

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Andrea Mandalà and Elvira Pollina, editor Federico Maccioni

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