At least this one is a worthwhile action by the EU.
The shopping comparison thing was silly.
Much as I regard Google as a data hoovering evil entity I admit I use some Google products (e.g. I'm not spending huge money on an iPhone so have cheap Android device, use a variety of search engines, including Google as often a surprising difference on results from different sources) I thought the shopping comparison prosecution was a bit flimsy.
If I use Google search engine then I expect them to promote their products (much as when I use Bing, I expect the location map data to be shown via MS product of Bing maps not some 3rd party maps) so seemed fair enough Google promoted its comparison tools (not that I ever see price comparison of any sort in my searches, but I'm not searching to shop)
.. Everyone knows a search engine in itself is loss making, so you have to monetise in other ways e.g. ads, pushing other products you sell or you go under (like my old favourite loss making public search engine front end of Northern Light did)
The shopping site approach ran the risk of some people feeling a bit sympathetic / understanding of Google (e.g. me), best sticking to stuff like this where a chance of finding out no quibble 100% evilness going on and so generating zero sympathy for Google.
When there are so many obvious 100& nasty areas to target on the big tech companies, no point going after "grey areas" as that just lets them try and say they are being unfairly targeted.