Tech giant Google is facing yet another EU fine over its Adsense buinsess, which places its search box on third-party websites such as news websites, according to the Financial Times.
It is accused of hampering potential rival search advertisers, according to the newspaper.
If the fine happens, it would be the third EU fine for the search engine giant in two years. Last year it was fined €4.3bn for abusing the dominant market position of its Android operating system for smartphones.
The year before, it was fined €2.4bn for favouring its own shopping services over competitors.
Google is appealing both fines.