Obama's anti-trust guy thinks Google has some monopoly in them, and now so does Europe. If you remember back just a few years, you'll recall that Europe was the big battleground that Microsoft had to fight in trying to prove that it wasn't a monopoly, so this could be the start of some legal bad-news for Google. Or, it could turn out to be nothing, as it's just a probe. [Business Insider]
Now Europe Is Probing Google For A Monopoly
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