Google could be put under the antitrust spotlight in the US over accusations that it's giving its own services priority in relation to Android.
US antitrust regulator the Federal Trade Commission is looking to open an investigation into whether Google blocked rivals' access to the Android operating system, according to Bloomberg. The move could represent more regulatory troubles for Google, with the FTC striking a deal with the US Department of Justice to lead an investigation of Google's handling of Android, Bloomberg reports. It is not yet clear whether the FTC will open an official investigation.
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