Sundar Pichai, chief executive of Google’s parent company alphabet, apologized to Thierry Breton, the EU’s industrial policy Commissioner, for a leaked internal document. < p > < p > according to a statement by the European Commission, late Thursday local time, petraey and Brayton exchanged views at a video conference. This is the third time they have met this year. The video conference was held after the Google document was leaked. Google’s internal document outlines a 60 day strategy to block tough new EU rules against Internet companies by getting US allies to fight back at Brayton. “I’m not surprised,” Brayton told the Anglo American Press Association, waving the internal document at an online conference on Friday, local time. I’m not naive. I think it’s a bit old-fashioned. ” Brayton said, “anyway, yes, I had a discussion with petraey. I told him what I had to tell him. He apologized. I told him that if he needed to tell me something, my door was always open. ” People familiar with the matter said Mr. Pichai apologized for the leak of the internal document. Mr. PI said he did not see or approve the document, and if he saw words and strategies specific to Google, he would contact Brayton directly. In a statement, Google spokesman al Verney said, “during the social blockade caused by the new coronavirus epidemic, our online tools played a crucial role in the normal life and work of many people and the operation of enterprises. Google will continue to be committed to innovation and construction, and strive to promote economic recovery after the outbreak. ” < p > < p > the Google File leak incident shows that in order to oppose the introduction of tough new EU rules against Internet companies, technology companies not only strongly lobby, but also take other unconventional measures to stop it. According to reports, the introduction of new EU rules means that the market behavior of Internet companies such as Google will be strictly regulated and their business will be restricted. < p > < p > < p > Brayton also issued a warning to Pichia about abusing its monopoly position in the Internet market. “The Internet can’t be a” Wild West, “he told picchay.” we need clear and transparent rules, a predictable environment, and balanced rights and obligations. ” On December 2, Brayton will announce two new draft rules, namely the digital services act and the digital Markets Act, together with the EU antitrust Commissioner Margrethe vestager. < / P > < p > these two rules will set up a list of rules for Internet companies, force them to share data with competitors and regulators, and prevent them from using the data to unfairly promote their services and products. < / P > < p > in the past three years, EU antitrust Commissioner vestag has imposed a total fine of 8.25 billion euros (US $9.7 billion) on Google. The reason for the penalties is that Google abused its market dominance to support its own shopping comparison service, Android mobile operating system and advertising business. < p > < p > Brayton told picchay that the European Union will strengthen the supervision of Internet platforms such as Google, so as to curb the unfair competition of these platforms, create an Internet environment conducive to the development of a large number of enterprises, and benefit small and medium-sized enterprises and entrepreneurs in Europe. IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4