One of the biggest tech companies in the world, Google, faces a big debacle on the European Union as antitrust regulators push a fine over its shopping service and are expected to be settled before the summer break in August. The European Union’s competition authority has been on Google’s tail since 2015 after reports of denting blows from both rivals and consumers.

According to sources, the European Commission has been lurking and investigating for 7 years inside the world’s biggest and well-known search engine; the commission has been compiling a pretty hefty amount of scores of complaints and evidence from users on both the European Union and even with United States rivals.