EU fines Google €2.42 billion, Canada demands global de-listing. Google News' redesign causes Jeff concern. YouTube Party. Amazon Show unboxing. Facebook hits 2 billion users. Petya ransomware may be retaliation for Russian cyberwarfare on Ukraine. Jeff's report from Vidcon.
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- Antitrust: Commission fines Google €2.42 billion for abusing dominance as search engine
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- Google and Facebook Now Make More From Ads Than Every Newspaper, Magazine, and Radio Network in the World Combined
- Canada judges can require Google to pull results globally, supreme court rules
- Review: Amazon Echo Show
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- Google News redesigned
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- FB hits 2b users
- HOW AN ENTIRE NATION BECAME RUSSIA'S TEST LAB FOR CYBERWAR
- LATEST RANSOMWARE HACKERS DIDN'T MAKE WANNACRY'S MISTAKES
- Google's YouTube party app is available without an invitation
- Facebook’s plan for original TV is coming together
- YouTube announces VR180 cameras & support
- 1.5b users log into YouTube monthly
- Amazon Echo Show