The European commission is threatening to take Google to court if it doesn’t change how it presents search results, according to this story in the Guardian. Google has already re-configured some elements of its controversial “Search and Your World” approach that, supposedly in the name of personalization, promoted a lot of Google services. But apparently Europe – as well as individual European and Eastern countries – is still concerned that Google is anti-competitive. At the same time, Google’s own efforts to paint Microsoft and Nokia with an antitrust brush in Europe may be doomed. It’s not all bad news for Google: the Oracle Java case lost another leg. Meanwhile, those formerly “evil” paid inclusion tactics Google used to frown on are working their way into its own vertical-search shopping site, and formerly free product listings won’t be. Observes rant that perhaps it’s time to accept that the old motto has seen its day.