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And yet, the Wall Street Journal reports,
The FTC's preparations to subpoena Google are the first concrete signal that the agency's commissioners have decided there is enough evidence to move forward with a formal investigation. The probe is expected to take a year or more to unfold, and it won't necessarily lead to any charges.
Perhaps the big G feels a bit like they're getting it from all sides now.