Google being “monitored” by FCA - report

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Software giant Google is being watched by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), according to a report in The Telegraph.

The newspaper claimed that Google had come under the spotlight during the regulator's thematic review into price comparison sites.

The report noted that there were "fears the search giant is using anti-competitive behaviour against rivals in the sector".

Google bought for £38m in March 2011 and the FCA first announced its thematic review into aggregators in

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