Google Fined 2 Million Euros By France For Incomplete Search Results

French authorities imposed a two-million-euro fine on Google over incomplete results in its search engine and app store.

The Competition, Consumer and Anti-Fraud Office said the US tech giant’s search engine lacked information concerning the ranking criteria of results.

The watchdog said results for searches on tourism accommodation lacked explanations for the prices. The Google Play Store, it added, also lacked information on the ranking criteria of results, payment information and dispute resolution procedures.