Google owns the top of the funnel in much of the world, and its increasingly robust travel products compete directly with the industry's top OTAs and metasearch engines. But the company has been accused of crossing and blurring the line between a great search experience and a gatekeeper that gives preferential placement to its own vertical services. Chief counsel for a complainant in the EU's antitrust suit against Google lays out his case and gives further insights on what can be expected in Europe after the reappointment of Margrethe Vestager in an unprecedented role (commission executive vice president for digital and competition chief) to direct and enforce European digital policy.