By  on September 12, 2017

Google isn’t ready to accept a record fine levied against it by the European Commission over its alleged search-result favoritism.

A spokeswoman for the search engine confirmed that it’s filed a legal appeal of the commission’s 2.4 billion euro fine, the largest antitrust fine in EU history, after the commission’s antitrust division completed a nearly seven-year-long investigation into Google’s comparative pricing search tool.

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