Belgium's capital allegedly plans to file a complaint against Uber as the ride-sharing service continues to operate despite being banned in the city. Also, reports surface of a possible investment from Baidu.
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The European Commission wants to improve competition across the continent's single market, including an investigation into Internet giants like Google and Facebook.
The S6 is selling well, Google faces accusations from Europe and the US government has warned of the dangers of aeroplanes being hacked.
More countries are joining investigations that could force the social network to change its practices and potentially bring a hefty fine along with it, says The Wall Street Journal.
The ride-hailing company says France, Germany and Spain broke European Union laws by trying to ban its service.
A Google exec says the realignment will help Google respond more quickly to what's happening in individual countries.
The groups, which analyzed the social network's new terms of service and data policy at the request of Belgium's Privacy Commission, say Facebook is placing too great a burden on its users.
Google's legal chief says the search giant will review what others have to say about its policy, but the company maintains its "strong view" on handling website removal requests.
As part of their deal, the China-based search engine will also integrate the car-ride service into its mapping and mobile search apps. The amount of the investment was not disclosed.