American Business practices, especially internet technology related, are having a hard go of it in the EU. For Decades internet technology companies have used their success to stifle competition and control market share. From the time when Microsoft introduced it's Explorer browser years ago and used it's software dominance of the PC market to wallop other browsers with, and people cried and moaned about it, to Apple Computers who for the longest had a closed operating system (no others need apply), the big fish eat little fish American way with internet tech competition is frowned upon by other nations.
You can't, or shouldn't be allowed to, block or devour other would be competitive companies at will. For these reasons Google has been charged with doing just that, which they might get by with at home in America, but in Europe, they might better rethink their practices. It was announced that the company will be fined $5 billion. Yes, that is $5 billion and that is a lot of loot, but because Google is at the top of the food chain and can easily afford the financial hit to it's book. Would they consider this just part of the price one must pay to keep a strangle hold on the manufacturing and marketing of internet capable smart phones, or take it as a message to change their ways or else.