Italy: Google is the first country to ban independent system operating system
L’Aquila, Italy — A small town in southern Italy, where Google has built a huge data center.
Google is a major player in the world of cloud computing.
It has more than 3,000 employees in Italy and is widely regarded as a leading tech leader in the country.
Its software and hardware businesses employ thousands.
But now, its internet service providers are reporting the internet giant is blocking its customers from accessing their websites, including Google.
Google has told users of the Italian service providers that it will stop providing access to some parts of the internet, and Google will continue to provide them with access to other parts of its infrastructure, a statement from the company said.
Google says that customers are still able to access the websites of their favorite websites and the Google Play store, but only in certain areas.
For example, Google will be unable to offer Google+ and YouTube in parts of Italy, Google told the Financial Times.
It’s unclear why Google is blocking access to websites, but it is possible the move is to protect its cloud infrastructure, Google’s head of engineering, Jonathan King, told the Times.
Google is also blocking access from other countries, including France, Britain, Belgium and Germany.
Google, which is headquartered in Mountain View, California, has long been accused of slowing down or stifling innovation in the US and other countries.
Google’s European operations have been under fire for years for a series of practices it says hurt its European operations.
It is also suspected of slowing or blocking access by governments to popular services, such as YouTube, and its YouTube Red subscription service.
In October, Google said it would close all of its European business.
It also announced plans to buy German telecoms giant Deutsche Telekom, a deal that was criticized by Google’s chief executive, Sundar Pichai, as a move that would weaken competition in Europe.