The European Union will reportedly file antitrust charges against Google on Wednesday

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According to the Wall Street Journal today, Europe’s antitrust regulator is planning to file formal charges against Google for breaking antitrust laws. The charges are expected to be announced tomorrow and would be the first significant charges since Microsoft was fined by the group over a decade ago. Recode also reports today that Margrethe Vestager, who took over as EU competition commissioner in November, is flying into the United States on Wednesday and may make a statement after a meeting of the European Union commissioners. The case against Microsoft took over sixteen years from initial complaint in 1993 to the…

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