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  • 04.18.16

Google’s Android faces new anti-trust scrutiny in Europe

The European Union’s anti-trust chief, Margarethe Vestager, says she and her team are “looking closely at Google’s contracts with phone makers and operators which use the Android operating system,” a sign that Google may soon face formal anti-trust charges. 

The European Commission has already filed anti-trust charges related to Google’s dominance of web search.

Google could be fined more than $7 billion if it is found guilty of anti-competitive activities. RP