Fortune: U.K. antitrust probe targets Google Chrome privacy changes

Google has a habit of inviting regulatory scrutiny on both privacy and antitrust fronts, so why not both at once?

On Friday, the U.K.’s competition watchdog opened a formal investigation into Google over supposedly pro-privacy changes the company is making to its market-leading Chrome browser. The government group said it will review whether the proposed tweaks violate antitrust law.

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