Google Apologises to Newspapers Over ‘Nonsense’ Traffic Stats in EU Response

by: Alex Hern | The Guardian

Google has apologised to the Guardian and Bild, after citing “nonsense” figures for the two sites’ traffic statistics in a response to the European Commission’s antitrust charges against the company.

 

The figures, which claimed that the two papers get “up to 85% of their traffic directly” and “less than 10%” from Google, were later retracted.

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