Navx Files Complaint With the French Competition Authority Against Google

By Navx, PRNE
Wednesday, February 17, 2010

PARIS, February 18, 2010 - Navx, a French corporation based near Paris, has filed a complaint
against Google with the French Competition Authority.

In its complaint, Navx alleges that Google abused its dominant position,
as well as Navx's state of economic dependence, by terminating its Adwords
contract and refusing to display Navx's advertisements.

Navx has requested that the Competition Authority grant it certain
interim measures.

About NAVX

Established in 2005, NAVX is a publisher and provider of
geolocalized content and services for GPS as well as Smartphones. Its
platform of services provides in real time regularly up-dated information
such as the location of speedcams, fuel prices, tourist and restaurant
guides. The content provided by NAVX is available in Europe and the USA. The
services of NAVX are accessible from the web site and are
compatible with the major players in the navigation industry. NAVX also
develops iPhone applications such as Snapigo, Essence Eco, Parking Dispo, and
"I in the city". For more information please visit:

Contact: Jean Cherbonnier, +33-661-31-44-67, j.cherbonnier at

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