Google's Fitbit acquisition is getting a more serious look as the Justice Department reportedly ramps up its review amid data privacy concerns (GOOG, GOOGL, FIT)
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Google is trying to acquire Fitbit, but the deal is coming under greater scrutiny from regulators.

A new report states that the $2.1 billion acquisition is under a second request review, meaning the companies must provide the Justice Department with more details.

Google will have to pay $250 million to Fitbit if it terminates the deal.

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