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Microsoft plays agitator in antitrust probe against Google

It has kept its coffers full for the European fight, and has founded or funded a cottage industry of splinter groups
Friday, April 17, 2015 - 05:50

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European antitrust regulators on Wednesday formally accused Google of abusing its dominance. Google's European market share is roughly 90% in many countries, even greater than it is in America.

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NOT long ago, Microsoft was the scourge of European antitrust regulators.

It was fined once, twice, three and four times. Finally, after Microsoft paid more than US$3 billion, Europe left it alone.

Now, Google is firmly in Europe's cross hairs: Antitrust regulators

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