Microsoft calls Google anti-competitive

Microsoft called its internet rival's actions potentially anti-competitive, and urging victims to file complaints to regulators

A Microsoft-owned business and two other small online companies, complained to the European Union regulators about Google's operations there, as well as fighting a plan by Google to digitize millions of books, currently under scrutiny by the Department of Justice.

Microsoft Corp made its most heated attack on Google Inc on Friday.

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