Google previously clashed with the EU over the so-called “right to be forgotten.”
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Google is escalating an attack on Microsoft's lucrative Office software in an attempt to hit its longtime rival where it will hurt the most.The assault is targeting companies and government agencies paying for Microsoft's suite of word processing, email, calendar, spreadsheet and other Office programs. If they dump Microsoft, Google will give them free use of a package of its competing software that normally costs $5 or $10 per user each month.Google says more than 600 companies have at least 10,000 employees using Work software.Digital advertising still accounts for nearly all of Google's revenue, which totaled $66 billion last year.
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