The European Union's competition commissioner has confirmed that Google is likely to receive more anti-trust complaints because of its large search and advertising market shares.
Joaquín Almunia said that the Microsoft complaint filed against Google last week concerning its search practices is unlikely to be the last.
The complaint lodged by Microsoft general counsel Brad Smith included arguments that Google has been stopping Microsoft's Bing platform from indexing YouTube results.
A spokeswoman for Almunia confirmed that the commissioner's statements were correct, but could not comment on how many complaints Google should expect nor which of its rivals will drive them forward.
The European Commission opened an anti-trust investigation into Google in November to determine whether the company has been abusing its dominant position in the search market.
Google has been accused of lowering the unpaid rankings of its competitors' services and promoting its own services in their place.
Google could not immediately be reached for comment.
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