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Search engines push EU lawmakers to clamp down on Google default in gatekeeper law

Google should be barred from paying Apple billions of dollars to be the default search engine on iPhones under the EU’s Digital Markets Act, the bosses of rival search engines have told EU lawmakers considering amendments to the draft law.

The search giant pays Apple around $15 billion a year to

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Tono Gil

Regulatory Reporter


Tono is a competition reporter for MLex in Brussels. Prior to joining MLex, he worked as a trainee in the European Parliament and as a correspondent in Valencia and Buenos Aires for the Spanish news agency EFE. Tono holds a degree in Journalism from the University of Valencia and a master in Transmedia Journalism.

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