Canadian government investigates Google for 'anti-competitive acts'

Google may be in hot water with the Canadian Competition Bureau. The bureau announced it would be investigating the company in May, but more recent reports suggest it’s not too happy with what the investigation has turned up.

Canada’s Competition Bureau is proceeding with a formal inquiry into Google Inc.’s search engine and advertising practices after a preliminary probe led investigators to believe the Silicon Valley giant could be abusing its position as the dominant search engine on the Web.

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