For a long time, heard that the European Union "have a problem" with Google's monopolistic position of the European market – for example, the search engine has a 90% share in Europe. Nobody treat these threats seriously, but as it turned out today – wrongly. The European Parliament approved the draft law, which so far only Google advises that it was divided into a number of smaller companies. The company opted for the division until 458 MPs were against 174. What does this decision mean for Android?

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Android certainly is not the goal of "attack" of the EU, the Parliament was primarily only complaints about the search. If Google decides to apply this decision, Android is likely to remain in the hands of the "old" Google and then from the point of view of users, nothing will change. Parliament can, however, draw attention to the fact that Google is the main search engine in Android and have the ability to choose when installing your account (as in the case of former Microsoft and browsers on Windows). However, if Google does not share, you will have to pay a penalty or cease its activities on the European market. Such a situation at the moment, however, is not to imagine, but if you have been undertaken, without a doubt "would lead" to each other Android and but for now is the scenario of science fiction, you need to consider. I must admit that Google is paying for its arrogance – a few weeks ago there was a small war between searching and German publishers, because the first one did not want to pay for the use of the content they create. After removal from the search links to them and a drastic drop in traffic patterns on our artists, you went back to Google with tail tucked. It was a clear sign of the EU, the search engine giant is abusing its position. From my point of view, this decision will have a positive effect – Google certainly not lose his position, but may cease to carry on such an aggressive policy. Let's hope that all this "war" will end up with a good result for the end users – that is us. Source: Engadget