"Specifically, the complaint charges that Google hurts competition...by making it difficult for Microsoft's mobile phone software to show videos from YouTube; by blocking access to content owned by book publishers which Google has copied and stored; by not allowing advertisers to use their own data about customers garnered from Google on other sites, such as those owned by Microsoft; by blocking websites from using competing "search boxes"; and by making it expensive for potential competitors to Google to advertise online".
Aha, so that's what's wrong with video on windows phones! Then why is it that mine works just the same on vimeo and youtube? How exactly can someone block a website from using competing search boxes? Expensive for competition... now that's a strange one. I bet all google customers are just begging google to raise their prices, but they don't budge. "No, I won't lower my prices; *you* raise yours!!!" That's all that competition is about. Ah, and all this book data you gathered and stored... don't forget to give me full access to this. We don't have the time and patience to do our own homework, ok?