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Google paying billions to Apple to remain default search engine in Safari

In a new report from Reuters, UK regulators have begun examining the long-term deal between Apple and Google, with the latter being the default search engine in the mobile Safari browser.

The UK government’s Competition and Markets Authority found that Google pays billions to Apple (approximately $1.5bn) every year to Apple to allow it to be the default search engine option in mobile Safari browsers in the UK alone. The competition authority’s report stated that the deal creates a…

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