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After EU, South Korea Wants Apple To Pay Taxes

Apple recently finally listened to the EU and paid Ireland15.4 billion U.S. tax rebates. Because Apple complied without any resistance, other countries are likely to follow suit and make Apple pay taxes. Recently, South Korean media revealed that the relevant departments want to force Apple to announce more tax information.

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EU Wants To Intensify Fight Against Piracy And Product Counterfeiting

The European Commission has announced and presented a series of copyright-related measures this week.Among other things, the European Union (EU) wants to use voluntary agreements to turn off piracy sites.In addition, the blockchain technology for piracy control will be used.

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EU Finally Abolished Unjustified Geoblocking

The EU has been fighting for a while against various forms of geoblocking. In May this year, a partial abolition of country borders in the streaming was launched.Now follows the trade: For online purchases, customers should no longer be redirected, and transactions based on the location may no longer be denied.

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EU Strengthens Law For Consumer Protection In Online Shopping

By a large majority, the European Parliament has approved a bill on online shopping that aims to better protect consumers from fraudsters on the Internet. Authorities in the individual member states are given more powers to impose fines or even web blocking on fraudulent e-commerce practices.

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EU Fines Responsible For A Drop In Google’s Net Profit

Google recently reported its second-quarter earnings in 2017. Google has experienced a 28% drop in net profit, compared to the same period last year. Google said this is due to a $ 2.7 billion fines from the European Union. In this regard, Google frankly said that there might be more fines from EU in the future.

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More Trouble For Google From EU

The European Union (EU) announced last month that it would impose an antitrust fine of $ 2.4 billion ($ 2.7 billion) on Google. If you think that was the end of it, you are mistaken. The EU is now after AdSense and Android. The EU might slap even more fines on Google in the coming days.