Unfortunately, this isn't the first time Google has been investigated for anti-competitive practices.
Amazon users saddled with false in-app purchases might not get the same settlement money as Apple fans.
Google's chief internet evangelist said this week that privacy (or our sense of it) will increasingly be harder to achieve.
The FTC is going to have a chat about how all our devices will be communicating, and what needs to be done about it.
Facebook maintains the proposed changes only a matter of clarification, but consumer watchdogs sing a different tune.
Google's buyout of community-sourced navigation app Waze will be probed on antitrust grounds in the US.
Google has dropped two patent claims it was pursuing against Microsoft after the Redmond company refused to pay royalties.