Recently, Google made a series of changes to its Chrome end-user license agreement, including the removal of language that describes how users can terminate their relationship with Google, as ReadWriteWeb discovered. Evil? Nah. That's likely just lawyers talking.
Or what about Google's efforts to get special treatment with broadband operators, paving a Google-centric "fast lane" on the Web?
Today's news from Computerworld, however, has Google looking more like the old Microsoft monopoly it replaces.