Google’s Antitrust Woes in Europe Are Likely to Grow

Google’s antitrust problems in Europe are about to get a whole lot bigger.The company is expected to be charged with breaking the European Union’s competition rules by unfairly favoring Google services, like its search engine and Google Maps, on its Android smartphone operating system over those of rivals, according to three people. The three, who work in either government or the private sector, spoke on the condition of anonymity.The charges, known formally as a statement of objections, may be announced in Brussels as soon as Wednesday, though the announcement could still be postponed until later this month, according to one of the people.
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/20/technology/google-android-eu-antitrust.html

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