It looks like Europe is one of the more popular places to start any antitrust proceedings. After Intel's massive fine last year, it's now Google's turn to be under the spotlight. Admittedly, these are just complaints from certain parties and not a full-blown investigation.
Wired. com - The European Commission has acknowledged receipt of three antitrust complaints against Google. It did not identify the companies and said it had not started a formal investigation.
“The Commission can confirm that it has received three complaints against Google which it is examining. The Commission has not opened a formal investigation for the time being,” an unidentified E.U. executive said in a statement on Wednesday.
It's not the first nor will it be the last time that Google will face such legal issues, due to its huge market share in search. Click here for the full story.