Intricacies of EU antitrust enforcement against Big Tech on full display as Politico reports on DG COMP questionnaires concerning Google Play Store app tax

The EU Commission is on a summer break, with only a few people holding down the fort, which makes it all the more surprising that a major EU antitrust investigation just became known. Politico’s Samuel Stolton achieved a major scoop as he was first to report that “[t]he European Commission’s antitrust enforcers are investigating Google’s app store rules, according to two people close to the matter.” According to the article, “billing terms and developer fees” for the Google Play Store are being looked at–and while the investigations are only preliminary–not full-blown–investigations at this stage, Politico’s unnamed sources even predict that…

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