Google hit with fine over Italian ad ban breach

Global search heavyweight irks Italian advertising regulator AGCOM after paid for search ad slips net

Google has been slapped with a fine by the Italian communications watchdog AGCOM for breaching Italy’s Dignity Decree for displaying a paid for search ad. AGCOM did not disclose the amount of the fine, however news outlet Reuters claimed it could be as much as €100,000 (£90,000). The Italian regulator confirmed the fine related to a paid…

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