Google's position as the dominant search engine doesn't come without a price. Smaller search sites have already tapped
on the EU Commission's door to register their complaints about how they are ranked, and Microsoft has also let its feelings on the matter be known
. Now, we can add the Redmond spin-off, Expedia, to that list of sore losers
disgruntled firms. The travel search site claims it has specific details outlining how the search giant has violated European anti-competitive laws. A Google spokesperson issued a statement saying "We haven't seen the complaint yet, but we've been working to explain how our business works, cooperating with the European Commission since this investigation began." The EU Competition Commissioner says a decision will be made after Easter, at which point Mountain View will either be charged, or the investigation will be dropped. If only that were the end of its EU troubles.