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Ads popping up on mobile websites generate billions for ad sellers. But mobile carriers are upset that ad-sales companies like Google aren't sharing revenues with them - so they're hitting back with ad-blocking software.
The EU Commission has launched an anti-trust inquiry into the bloc's e-commerce sector, targeting firms such as Google and Amazon. It comes as the EU's executive presented its new digital strategy.