European antitrust regulators want the company to explain how your search, the search engine offers concessions in bid to end the investigation.
European antitrust regulators want Google to give details about how its search engine on all platforms, including PCs, tablets and mobile devices, said on Friday two sources familiar with the situation.
If Google does not provide the information, will face charges of anticompetitive behavior and could face severe penalties, the commissioner said EU Competition, Joaquin Almunia.
This month, the most popular search engine proposed concessions in a bid to end a 18-month investigation spurred by complaints from rivals, including Microsoft.
The European Commission is currently reviewing the offer.