Google has rubbished claims that it has been forced to pay a €34m (£22.7m) fine because it failed to act quickly enough to satisfy a court ruling.
"I can confirm that it is completely untrue," a Google spokeswoman told vnunet.com.
The search giant was originally forced to display the 2,300 word court ruling on its website for five days or face a fine of €500,000 (£336,000) per day, with which it complied.
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