Where did they break the law with the competitiveness thing with keywords? hint: they didn't.
Where did they break the law with the Oracle case? Hint: it's not even over, and already indications show that they didn't. Also total liabilities in the $0 range are significant.
Where did they break the law with the youtube case? Hint: they didn't.
All of these cases are extremely evil by nature. In several of these cases they have without shame weaseled their way out of trouble by by settling for fines (read: bribes). Hell, Google is the holder of largest fine ever sanctioned to any US company - $500 million for knowingly accepting and showing dangerous rogue pharma ads on their sites and search engine.
Personally, I rather not use any of Google's products because they have time and time again shown that they cannot be trusted and they just try to violate your privacy. This is not even an issue of rogue Google admins like David Barksdale who like to snoop on teens private chat logs, emails and searches, it is a company wide policy and how their business works. I would never use Google Docs for business as that means housing my private company data on Google. Microsoft's Office is far better for that. At least I know that Microsoft gets their money when I buy their software and has no reason to snoop on my data after that. Likewise, I would never trust Google for my private personal communication. If you don't care about your privacy, you are free to use Google. I just must say that it may come hunt you later.
Regarding Oracle and Java, they also have costs to keep the language evolving and working. It is not free. If you don't want to play by the rules, then don't use Java. I cannot see why Oracle shouldn't be allowed to charge for Java, especially when Google is doing so too.
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And Miskaata is right. Google has been abusing tons of laws and people in their road to glory. They have finally coming under review and sanctions for it. Not just in the US, but around the world, including Europe, Australia, South Korea and tons of other countries.