Tech giant could receive record penalty for favouring its comparison shopping service in its search result pages

Google is reportedly facing a record-breaking fine from Brussels of more than €1bn (£875m) over alleged abuse of its market dominance.

EU officials are expected to announce that the tech giant has been guilty of manipulating its search engine results to favour its new Google Shopping service, which offers price comparisons on products.

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