Google is accused of anti-competitive behavior -- but while the search giant's vast wealth and willingness to fight rivals on multiple fronts recalls Microsoft's monopolistic past, the company appears unlikely to face the same kind of regulatory slapdown that Bill Gates' firm endured. That's because consumers are savvier and better informed than they once were, writes Henry McCracken, and simply refuse to use Google products in markets where better alternatives are available.

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