(BERLIN, Germany.) JUST IN: Antitrust watchdog launched a probe into Google over anti-competitive practices, it said Tuesday, wielding a new law that has already been used to scrutinize other United States’ tech giants #AceNewsDesk report | Ace News Services

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#AceNewsReport – May.26: The investigation has “outstanding cross-market significance” due to the breadth of Google’s digital products, Cartel office head Andreas Mundt said:

German antitrust watchdog launches probe into Google: ‘The Federal Cartel Office will investigate the European units of Google in Germany and Ireland and its parent company, Alphabet, in California, it said in a statement’

by French Press Agency – AFP

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  1. As we in Germany have elections in September this year, there is a big fear most of them are not re-elected again. Sorry, but in my meaning the will not accept true results of the comming election. xx

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    • The best way to rebuild trust is to return to the old paper system with manual counting. It should be used once every few years to check the honesty of the runaway electronic system.

      It is clumsy, slow, wasteful but it is almost foolproof.

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          • The same happens in Australia, in various ethnic communities. The leftists spend public money to provide outrageous domestic help to welfare recipients then “havest” the ballots of those people. They even spend money ($40+/hour) to coach individually each old lady over 60 on how to use email. 😂

            It is true that Democracy only lasts until someone discovers how to spend public money outrageously to his benefit.

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          • Politicians play this game very well. That is why many taxpayers are hostile to “welfare refugees” who will later become the private serfs of the “humanitarian-industrial-congress” complex.

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          • He, sounds good. Another complex, after the “military-industrial” one. I totally agree, Tony! Have you heard about Germany’s recognition of the genocide in Namibia? Here in Gemany they are airing about a good agreement with the officials in Namibia. Only the BBC gets to the point in an article today, that the descendants of those killed do not agree, and the German Federal President only wants to apologize if everything is contractually signed beforehand, without individual legal claims. xx

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          • I guess that German people would like to recognize that Namibian Genocide and pay for their bad past deeds.

            However German politicians and their lobbyists don’t want that recognition so that Germany concentrate on paying compensation only for the Genocide of Jews and keep that as the sole genocide commited by Germany. Turkey and Israel do not recognize the Genocide of Armenians for similar reason.

            There are terrible genocides that should have been widely recognized: Ukranian, Cambodian, Rwandan, Kosovan, Myanmar,…

            It is bad to have genocides. It is really terrible when some people want to have a monopoly on playing the victims of genocide. It has now turned into a giant Genocide-Compensation-Industry, with regular budgets and lobbyists in rich countries.

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          • Honestly, Germany wants not to pay compensation. The only will give double the money, they had given the last 30 years, for development assistance. ,-( Our German, formerly European nobility does not want to pay because they do not want to take any guilt. xx

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