Oracle has submitted to the European Commission a complaint against Google
At the end of last year, Oracle filed a complaint against Google to the European Commission. About u reports The Wall Street Journal. It argues that the company's approach to data collection for targeting leads to infringement of competition on the advertising market.
According to Oracle, this approach to the processing of data leads to the infringement of competition because other companies can't offer their customers the same targeting capabilities.
In addition, the Commission received complaints against Google from human rights organizations who are also concerned about the changes in the handling of user data.
Previously, Google announced that YouTube advertisers can use Google accounts for target.