On Friday, Google’s $2.1 billion acquisition of Fitbit is facing resistance, mainly because competitors and customers believe that Google’s concessions to EU antitrust regulators are not enough, according to two people familiar with the matter. Google, which is owned by alphabet, proposed last week that it would restrict Fitbit data for Google Advertising and would closely monitor the process. < / P > < p > Google also proposed that it would make it easier for competitors to connect to the Android platform by providing access to Android Software (API), and said that third parties would continue to access Fitbit users’ data with the consent of users. < / P > < p > the European Commission is currently seeking feedback from Google’s competitors and customers before deciding whether to accept or make more requests. Other sources said the new concession could help Google get the EU license. < / P > < p > one of the people familiar with the matter said: “the definition of wearable API is too narrow.” He said Google should expand its applications to take into account new features that will enter the market in the future. < p > < p > Google’s 10-year data promise has also come under fire from critics in terms of advertising. Another person familiar with the matter said: “why limit remedial measures to data separation to 10 years? It’s a bad idea. Google is investing in the long term. The so-called ten years may be tomorrow. ” < / P > < p > respondents (Google) must give feedback by next week. The European Commission plans to make a final decision on the deal by December 23, though a ruling is likely to be made earlier. < p > < p > iPad air 4 running point data release: A14 bionic easily beat its rivals under single core and multi-core workload < A= https://ibmwl.com/category/global-tech/ target=_ blank>Global Tech