Google and the EU’s DMA

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Will Young

In the sprawling digital landscape of 2024, Google stands as a colossus, wielding an influence that shapes not just markets but minds. The latest twist in the tale? Google is revamping how it presents search results, a move prompted by the European Union’s new tech legislation, the Digital Markets Act (DMA). This act plays a crucial role, akin to a referee ensuring fairness in a game where Google has long been a dominant player.

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