Google wins EU antitrust nod for US$2.1 billion Fitbit deal

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Google wins EU antitrust nod for US$2.1 billion Fitbit deal

After agreeing to restrictions on health-related data use.

Alphabet's Google won EU antitrust approval on Thursday for its US$2.1 billion (Abid for Fitbit after agreeing restrictions on how it will use customers' health related data. The deal had triggered criticism from privacy advocates on both sides of the Atlantic, consumer organisations ...

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